September 22, 1993 |
Fullback Kevin Mack ended his two-month retirement and signed with the Cleveland Browns. . . . Linebacker Sam Mills of the New Orleans Saints had surgery on his right knee to drain it after an infection was discovered and will not play Sunday against the San Francisco 49ers. . . . Starting right cornerback Phillippi Sparks of the New York Giants will be sidelined for at least six weeks because of a sprained right foot. . . .
October 20, 1991 |
Ask each of the Chargers the same question this week, and it has produced the same response: "They are?" The conversation abruptly stops, the eyes search for confirmation that it is no joke, and then the voice raises in emphatic disbelief: "They are?" The Cleveland Browns are 5 1/2-point underdogs to the down-and-out Chargers for today's game in San Diego Jack Murphy Stadium. "They are?" linebacker Leslie O'Neal said. "What? No way. Are you serious? We're picked to win a game? OK."
October 6, 1989
Kevin Mack, the Cleveland Browns running back sentenced to six months in prison for cocaine use, was transferred from the Cuyahoga County Jail in Cleveland to the Ohio State Reformatory.
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March 21, 2013 |
A pair of divisive California Assembly races that each pit Democratic candidates against each other has led to the end of a nationally renowned Democratic campaign firm. The tale, first reported in Roll Call, centers on the defeat of two California Democratic incumbents last fall: Assemblywoman Betsey Butler (D-Santa Monica) and Assemblyman Michael Allen (D-Vallejo). Both were beaten by Democratic challengers. The firm “Mack|Crounse employed a staff of 13 people, and competitors estimate that the firm generated tens of millions of dollars in revenue each cycle,” writes Roll Call's Abby Livingston.