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April 19, 1990
The Rams announced the signing of free-agent defensive back Lupe Sanchez, a UCLA player in the early 1980s. Sanchez played for Arizona and Orlando, Fla., in the United States Football League before joining the Pittsburgh Steelers, who released him in 1988.
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April 19, 1990
The Rams announced the signing of free-agent defensive back Lupe Sanchez, a UCLA player in the early 1980s. Sanchez played for Arizona and Orlando, Fla., in the United States Football League before joining the Pittsburgh Steelers, who released him in 1988.
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June 20, 2000 | LULADEY B. TADESSE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
A Fontana man was arrested Sunday in connection with a fatal Fullerton barroom brawl after the televised De La Hoya-Mosley boxing match, police said. Christian Negrete, 28, was charged with homicide and aggravated assault. Richard Lupe Sanchez, 48, suffered head injuries in the 10:30 p.m. altercation at Darby's Pub and died at the scene. The Orange County coroner's office has not determined what weapon was used or the cause of death.
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April 23, 1995 | WILL ETHERIDGE, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Some of the best high school quarterbacks and receivers in California will meet at Wilson High to test their abilities June 3 in the second annual Air 7 Quarterback Challenge. The competition, free to participants and spectators, was a huge success last summer when 64 quarterbacks entered. The contests included distance toss, read and react drill, and running an obstacle course.
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December 14, 1986 | From Times Wire Services
The Pittsburgh Steelers were playing for pride. The New York Jets were playing for their playoff lives. Pride won. The Steelers got three touchdowns from running back Walter Abercrombie and forced four turnovers by Jet quarterback Ken O'Brien for a 45-24 victory Saturday that seriously damaged New York's postseason hopes. After a 10-1 start, the Jets fell to 10-5 with their fourth consecutive loss and fourth poor offensive showing.
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November 15, 2004 | Larry Stewart, Times Staff Writer
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December 27, 1987 | From Times Wire Services
The Cleveland Browns, who had possession of the ball for all but 21 seconds of the final quarter, defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers, 19-13, Saturday to win their third straight American Football Conference Central title. The loss eliminated the Steelers (8-7) from playoff contention, and the Browns head into the playoffs with a 10-5 record.
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September 12, 1988 | From Times Wire Services
Doug Williams passed for more yards in a game than any Washington Redskins quarterback since Hall of Famer Sammy Baugh, but he didn't seem impressed. Williams had 430 yards Sunday, but Washington needed Chip Lohmiller's 19-yard field goal with 12 seconds left to get a 30-29 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers. "We won," Williams said. "I think that's the bottom line." Baugh had 446 yards against the New York Yankees in 1948.
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September 4, 1990 | JOHN WEYLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Holdout defensive end Doug Reed is back in uniform, and free agent Derrick Faison survived the cut. But 13 players--including quarterback Mark Herrmann and veteran linebacker Mel Owens, who will be placed on injured reserve today and probably will be sidelined for the season--were waived as the Rams trimmed their roster to the 47-man limit Monday.
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June 19, 2002 | Steve Lopez
I was all set to run out to Palm Desert to investigate a possible terrorist threat Tuesday when another one surfaced off the coast of Southern California near Santa Catalina Island. By midday, I was frozen in place, a victim of fear and loathing in the new world.
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December 27, 1987 | From Times Wire Services
The Cleveland Browns, who had possession of the ball for all but 21 seconds of the final quarter, defeated the Pittsburgh Steelers, 19-13, Saturday to win their third straight American Football Conference Central title. The loss eliminated the Steelers (8-7) from playoff contention, and the Browns head into the playoffs with a 10-5 record.
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