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January 9, 2000 | Associated Press
The St. Louis offense and Tampa Bay defense, two of the NFL's strongest units, dominated the Associated Press all-pro team announced Saturday. Quarterback Kurt Warner, the league's most valuable player, record-setting running back Marshall Faulk and tackle Orlando Pace were among the four Rams to make the squad. Defensive tackle Warren Sapp, linebacker Derrick Brooks and safety John Lynch were three of the four Buccaneers voted to the team by a nationwide panel of 50 media members.
November 8, 1999
PASSING *--* Player, Team Att Cmp Yds TD KURT WARNER, Rams 42 25 305 3 PEYTON MANNING, Colts 33 21 290 1 JEFF BLAKE, Bengals 35 18 287 1 STEVE BEUERLEIN, Panthers 34 21 281 3 BRETT FAVRE, Packers 41 27 267 1 JIM HARBAUGH, Chargers 39 25 235 2 BRAD JOHNSON, Redskins 37 19 232 1 TRENT DILFER, Buccaneers 20 15 227 3 DOUG FLUTIE, Bills 22 16 211 1 BILLY JOE TOLLIVER, Saints 37 18 211 1 DAMON HUARD, Dolphins 25 15 210 2 GUS FREROTTE, Lions 16 12 209 2 MARK BRUNELL, Jaguars 27 14 203 3 JON KITNA,
April 21, 2004 | Gina Piccalo, Times Staff Writer
Phil Towle wants to know you. And not that remote, cordial version of yourself that you usually offer up to strangers. He wants the whole you, control issues and all. Intimacy is like oxygen to him. That's why he's on call 24/7, ready for your cataclysmic meltdown, your gut-wrenching sobs, your 3 a.m. epiphanies. When you're at your worst, Towle's at his best. He's your spiritual paramedic, your exorcist, the sensitive dad you never had. There are no timed sessions, no emotional boundaries.
For six years, Kevin Carter repeated his senior year of high school. Always the nice-looking new kid, he studied math and English, made friends, scored drugs from other students. And busted them. He's 24, but his face is as unlined and pink-cheeked as a 10-year-old's. He's loose-jointed, rangy, adolescent. He could have passed as a high-school senior for many more years. But Kevin Carter's career as a high school narc is over.
September 22, 2000 | From Times Wire Services
Tennessee receiver Kevin Dyson will miss the rest of the season after tearing ligaments in his left knee during practice Wednesday. Dyson, Tennessee's top receiver through the first two games, hurt the knee in a downfield collision with safety Perry Phenix. * Washington defensive lineman Dana Stubblefield was arrested on charges of assaulting his wife in a dispute about luggage.
November 22, 1993 | Reuters
Three Americans have been charged with heroin trafficking after one was detained at the international airport and two others were arrested in their Bangkok hotel room, Thai police said Sunday. New Yorker Alvin Torres, 33, was held late Saturday as he was about to board a Thai Airways International flight to Copenhagen. Police said customs officials found four pressed bars of heroin weighing 20.3 pounds hidden in a briefcase.
March 29, 2001 | Associated Press
Kevin Carter, an All-Pro two years ago but a big disappointment last season, was traded by the St. Louis Rams to the Titans. The Titans, who dealt a first-round draft pick for Carter, also announced that they reached terms on a six-year contract with the defensive end. The NFL was reviewing the trade and the proposed deal. The trade gives the Rams two first-round picks, adding to their original No. 20 selection in April's draft. The Titans had the No. 29 selection.
November 11, 2002 | From Associated Press
Following the first game between Houston's old team and its new one, the Tennessee Titans went out of their way to praise the expansion Texans. Although Tennessee won Sunday's game, 17-10, the Texans earned their opponents' respect by showing that this could soon become an interesting rivalry. Steve McNair threw for two touchdowns and Eddie George ran for 86 yards to help the Titans -- formerly the Houston Oilers -- defeat the team that succeeded them.
April 23, 1995
* NO. TEAM PLAYER POS. COLLEGE 1. Cincinnati Bengals Ki-Jana Carter RB Penn State 2. Jacksonville Jaguars Tony Boselli OT USC 3. Houston Oilers Steve McNair QB Alcorn State 4. Washington Redskins Michael Westbrook WR Colorado 5. Carolina Panthers Kerry Collins QB Penn State 6. St. Louis Rams Kevin Carter DE Florida 7. Philadelphia Eagles Mike Mamula DE Boston College 8. Seattle Seahawks Joey Galloway WR Ohio State 9. New York Jets Kyle Brady TE Penn State 10. San Francisco 49ers J.J.
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