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November 16, 1989 | From Times Wire Services
New York Giants place-kicker Raul Allegre has pain in his kicking thigh, and former Giants kicker Ali Haji-Sheikh was brought in for a tryout, Coach Bill Parcells said today. Parcells did not know the exact nature of the pain in Allegre's right thigh but said it dated to the Dallas game Oct. 1. The coach did not know if the injury would prevent Allegre from playing Sunday against Seattle.
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August 23, 1992 | From Associated Press
Do you stroke them when their stroke is off? Do you kick them when they are kicking poorly? Do you ignore them when another avenue, regardless how small it might be, presents itself? Usually, if you are an NFL coach, you simply pat the placekicker encouragingly, send him onto the field and pray. "I want a guy out there who has been through it and knows just what he has to do," says Bill Parcells, long noted as a strong supporter of veteran kickers when he was coaching the New York Giants.
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October 11, 1988 | United Press International
Randall Cunningham passed for a career-high 369 yards and 3 touchdowns Monday night to lead Philadelphia to a 24-13 victory over New York, the Eagles' first victory over the Giants in almost 4 years. With Philadelphia ahead 17-13, New York was driving toward a go-ahead touchdown on fourth and 10 from the Eagles 18-yard line, when Mark Bavaro dropped a 13-yard pass from Phil Simms. Three plays later, Cunningham connected on an 80-yard pass to Cris Carter to seal the victory.
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November 16, 1989 | From Times Wire Services
New York Giants place-kicker Raul Allegre has pain in his kicking thigh, and former Giants kicker Ali Haji-Sheikh was brought in for a tryout, Coach Bill Parcells said today. Parcells did not know the exact nature of the pain in Allegre's right thigh but said it dated to the Dallas game Oct. 1. The coach did not know if the injury would prevent Allegre from playing Sunday against Seattle.
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November 11, 1985 | From Times Wire Services
After a year of frustration, Irving Fryar is showing the form that made him the NFL's No. 1 pick overall in 1984. Fryar scored on a 77-yard punt return and a five-yard pass reception Sunday to pace the New England Patriots to their fifth straight victory, a 34-15 rout of the error-prone Indianapolis Colts. "I feel I'm finally earning my money this year," said Fryar, who suffered through a series of rib and shoulder injuries last season. "I'm happy this year because I'm healthy."
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October 21, 1985 | From Times Wire Services
With the help of Buffalo's new running back Joe Cribbs, Greg Bell rushed for two touchdowns as the Bills snapped an eight-game losing streak Sunday with a 21-9 victory over the Indianapolis Colts. It was Hank Bullough's first victory as an NFL coach and avenged a 49-17 defeat to the Colts in his debut two weeks ago. Buffalo is 1-6, while Indianapolis fell to 2-5. "It was a long time coming," Bullough said of the victory.
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December 7, 1987 | From Times Wire Services
Raul Allegre, who earlier missed two field-goal attempts, kicked a 28-yarder with a 14 m.p.h. wind at his back with 4:49 remaining in overtime Sunday as the New York Giants beat the Philadelphia Eagles, 23-20. The game-winning drive started on the New York 44 and was keyed by a 36-yard pass from Phil Simms to Mark Bavaro that put the ball at the Eagles' 20. Two runs by George Adams got the ball to the 11, and Allegre won it.
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November 17, 1986 | From Times Wire Services
After four tries, the New York Giants have put the kick back in their offense. Raul Allegre, the fourth kicker the Giants have tried this season, kicked five field goals Sunday, including a 33-yarder with 12 seconds left to give New York a 22-20 victory over the Minnesota Vikings. "I prepare myself all week for situations like this," Allegre said. "It's just like taking a test. You study beforehand."
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August 23, 1992 | From Associated Press
Do you stroke them when their stroke is off? Do you kick them when they are kicking poorly? Do you ignore them when another avenue, regardless how small it might be, presents itself? Usually, if you are an NFL coach, you simply pat the placekicker encouragingly, send him onto the field and pray. "I want a guy out there who has been through it and knows just what he has to do," says Bill Parcells, long noted as a strong supporter of veteran kickers when he was coaching the New York Giants.
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October 26, 1987 | From Times Wire Services
Phil Simms threw 3 touchdown passes and the New York Giants, winless in their first 5 games, defeated the St. Louis Cardinals, 30-7, in impressive fashion Sunday. Phil Simms, who completed just 32 of 64 passes before the strike, was the key to the resurgence of the Giants offense, which had scored just 69 points this season. He completed 11 of 15 passes for 138 yards in the first half, including first-quarter touchdown passes of 3 yards to Mark Bavaro and 16 yards to Lionel Manuel.
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October 11, 1988 | United Press International
Randall Cunningham passed for a career-high 369 yards and 3 touchdowns Monday night to lead Philadelphia to a 24-13 victory over New York, the Eagles' first victory over the Giants in almost 4 years. With Philadelphia ahead 17-13, New York was driving toward a go-ahead touchdown on fourth and 10 from the Eagles 18-yard line, when Mark Bavaro dropped a 13-yard pass from Phil Simms. Three plays later, Cunningham connected on an 80-yard pass to Cris Carter to seal the victory.
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December 7, 1987 | From Times Wire Services
Raul Allegre, who earlier missed two field-goal attempts, kicked a 28-yarder with a 14 m.p.h. wind at his back with 4:49 remaining in overtime Sunday as the New York Giants beat the Philadelphia Eagles, 23-20. The game-winning drive started on the New York 44 and was keyed by a 36-yard pass from Phil Simms to Mark Bavaro that put the ball at the Eagles' 20. Two runs by George Adams got the ball to the 11, and Allegre won it.
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November 17, 1986 | From Times Wire Services
After four tries, the New York Giants have put the kick back in their offense. Raul Allegre, the fourth kicker the Giants have tried this season, kicked five field goals Sunday, including a 33-yarder with 12 seconds left to give New York a 22-20 victory over the Minnesota Vikings. "I prepare myself all week for situations like this," Allegre said. "It's just like taking a test. You study beforehand."
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November 11, 1985 | From Times Wire Services
After a year of frustration, Irving Fryar is showing the form that made him the NFL's No. 1 pick overall in 1984. Fryar scored on a 77-yard punt return and a five-yard pass reception Sunday to pace the New England Patriots to their fifth straight victory, a 34-15 rout of the error-prone Indianapolis Colts. "I feel I'm finally earning my money this year," said Fryar, who suffered through a series of rib and shoulder injuries last season. "I'm happy this year because I'm healthy."
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October 21, 1985 | From Times Wire Services
With the help of Buffalo's new running back Joe Cribbs, Greg Bell rushed for two touchdowns as the Bills snapped an eight-game losing streak Sunday with a 21-9 victory over the Indianapolis Colts. It was Hank Bullough's first victory as an NFL coach and avenged a 49-17 defeat to the Colts in his debut two weeks ago. Buffalo is 1-6, while Indianapolis fell to 2-5. "It was a long time coming," Bullough said of the victory.
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January 15, 1991 | Associated Press
Joe Collier, out of football the past two years after serving seven seasons as Denver's assistant head coach for defense, was named defensive coordinator of the New England Patriots. The Patriots also named Charlie West defensive backfield coach. West held the same position with the Broncos from 1982 through 1988. Stan Jones, a longtime Denver assistant who was on Cleveland's staff last season, is the leading candidate to become defensive line coach.
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December 16, 1985 | From Times Wire Services
The playoff picture remained fuzzy for a number of teams, but the focus on the top pick in next spring's NFL draft sharpened here Sunday. The Indianapolis Colts bowed out of the race for the first overall selection in the 1986 draft with a 31-23 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, leaving the Buccaneers with either the first or second choice. Tampa Bay (2-13), Atlanta (3-12) and Indianapolis (4-11) are assured of having the top three picks although who gets the No.
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