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September 17, 1987
Rookie quarterback Don Majkowski will start for the Green Bay Packers Sunday against the Denver Broncos in place of struggling Randy Wright, Coach Forrest Gregg said. Majkowski, 10th-round draft choice, replaced Wright, who was the Packers' starter for 17 straight regular-season games, in the fourth quarter of a 20-0 loss Sunday to the Raiders.
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September 2, 1988 | GENE WOJCIECHOWSKI, Times Staff Writer
So tell us, Randy Wright, just how you survived the Forrest Gregg regime, how you sent bonus guy and ex-Raider Marc Wilson packing, how you climbed from that black hole you were in at training camp's beginning and found your way atop the Green Bay Packer depth chart. Better yet, tell everyone how you celebrated. Tied one on, didn't you? "No." But the significance of it all, Randy. Wilson cost the Pack some greenbacks, somewhere between $100,000-$125,000 of up-front money.
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November 29, 1986 | Associated Press
Defensive end Charles Mann of the Washington Redskins learned Friday that he has been fined $2,500 for a controversial tackle of Green Bay quarterback Randy Wright earlier this month. Mann said he was told of the disciplinary action when he reported for practice, according to the Washington Post. Mann hit Wright on the helmet with his helmet late in the second quarter of Washington's 16-7 victory at Green Bay Nov. 9. Wright had just released a pass when he was hit by Mann.
SPORTS
September 17, 1987
Rookie quarterback Don Majkowski will start for the Green Bay Packers Sunday against the Denver Broncos in place of struggling Randy Wright, Coach Forrest Gregg said. Majkowski, 10th-round draft choice, replaced Wright, who was the Packers' starter for 17 straight regular-season games, in the fourth quarter of a 20-0 loss Sunday to the Raiders.
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September 2, 1988 | GENE WOJCIECHOWSKI, Times Staff Writer
So tell us, Randy Wright, just how you survived the Forrest Gregg regime, how you sent bonus guy and ex-Raider Marc Wilson packing, how you climbed from that black hole you were in at training camp's beginning and found your way atop the Green Bay Packer depth chart. Better yet, tell everyone how you celebrated. Tied one on, didn't you? "No." But the significance of it all, Randy. Wilson cost the Pack some greenbacks, somewhere between $100,000-$125,000 of up-front money.
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October 17, 1991
In Century League water polo: Canyon 11, El Modena 9 (OT)--David Kasa scored five goals, including one in overtime, for host Canyon (10-5, 2-0). In Empire League water polo: Los Alamitos 8, Esperanza 7--Randy Wright scored three goals and Kyle Padgett scored two for host Los Alamitos (11-6, 1-1).
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October 12, 1988
Eighteen names are on the list of 1988 NFL quarterback casualties. All were either out or injured last Sunday. All are out or doubtful this week. AFC--Seattle: Dave Krieg; San Diego: Babe Laufenberg; Indianapolis: Jack Trudeau, Chris Chandler; Pittsburgh: Bubby Brister; Cleveland: Bernie Kosar, Gary Danielson, Mike Pagel; Houston: Warren Moon, Cody Carlson.
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November 29, 1986 | Associated Press
Defensive end Charles Mann of the Washington Redskins learned Friday that he has been fined $2,500 for a controversial tackle of Green Bay quarterback Randy Wright earlier this month. Mann said he was told of the disciplinary action when he reported for practice, according to the Washington Post. Mann hit Wright on the helmet with his helmet late in the second quarter of Washington's 16-7 victory at Green Bay Nov. 9. Wright had just released a pass when he was hit by Mann.
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March 1, 1990 | From Times wire services
David Brazil, who came to Pittsburgh last year when Rod Rust was hired to run the Steelers' defense, was named today to replace his former boss as defensive coordinator. Brazil, 53, worked under Rust for two seasons, with Kansas City in 1988 and the Steelers last season. He has coached for 30 seasons, including 10 in Michigan high schools. Rust was hired Tuesday as the New England Patriots' coach.
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March 7, 2013 | By Lauren Beale
Siobhan Fahey, who enjoyed an extended adolescence as a member of the '80s girl group Bananarama, has purchased an investment property in West Hollywood for close to $1.5 million. The walled and gated Spanish-style duplex, built in 1924, features a decorative-tile fireplace, hardwood floors, interior archways, balconies and 3,042 square feet of living space. One unit has three bedrooms and the other, two bedrooms. Among Bananarama hits were “Cruel Summer” and “Love in the First Degree.” The singer-songwriter later formed Shakespears Sister, which released “Songs From the Red Room” in 2009.
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