CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 16, 2009 |
Cullen Bryant, a mainstay of the Los Angeles Rams for 11 seasons and a running back on their 1980 Super Bowl team, has died. He was 58. Bryant died of natural causes Tuesday at his home in Colorado Springs, Colo., according to sister-in-law Wanda E. Bryant. She said Bryant, unbeknownst to the family, had been under a doctor's care and that his death was a surprise even to his three brothers. A second-round pick of the Rams in 1973, he played for the team from 1973 to 1982, and again in 1987.
February 7, 2009 |
Super Bowl Sunday arrived in China's capital at daybreak Monday, but by kickoff it was standing room only at the Goose 'n' Duck, a British-style sports pub near sprawling Chaoyang Park in east Beijing. The vast majority of the nearly 350 football fans who braved the frigid morning temperatures were expatriate Americans, many already with beer in hand despite the hour.
December 16, 2000 |
No. Team (Record): Comment 1. Tennessee (11-3): Eight players in Pro Bowl. 2. Oakland (11-3): Gannon earns second trip to Hawaii. 3. Minnesota (11-3): Defense will be Viking downfall. 4. Baltimore (10-4): NFL record for fewest points given up in sight. 5. St. Louis (9-5): Fine: They'll pay to play. 6. Miami (10-4): Rain, rain, go away. 7. Denver (10-4): Brian Griese nearing his return. 8. New York Giants (10-4): Incredibly, the probable NFC East champions. 9.