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January 18, 2013 | By Chuck Schilken
Ray Horton was thought to be a leading contender for the Arizona Cardinals' head coaching job. At least, Horton, who served as the team's defensive coordinator the past two seasons, apparently thought he was. But the job was given to former Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator/interim head coach Bruce Arians on Thursday night, reportedly leaving Horton flabbergasted and fuming. And probably out of a job. According to multiple sources, Horton will probably be replaced by Philadelphia defensive coordinator Todd Bowles, who isn't expected to keep his job under new Eagles Coach Chip Kelly.
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January 18, 2013 | By Chuck Schilken
Ray Horton was thought to be a leading contender for the Arizona Cardinals' head coaching job. At least, Horton, who served as the team's defensive coordinator the past two seasons, apparently thought he was. But the job was given to former Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator/interim head coach Bruce Arians on Thursday night, reportedly leaving Horton flabbergasted and fuming. And probably out of a job. According to multiple sources, Horton will probably be replaced by Philadelphia defensive coordinator Todd Bowles, who isn't expected to keep his job under new Eagles Coach Chip Kelly.
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January 25, 1993 | MIKE DOWNEY
It is 8:30 on a Sunday morning at the Crystal Cathedral, where the walls part to let inside God's light. Sun rays beam like lasers off the towers of glass and chrome, hundreds of feet high. A church choir in Technicolor vestments, ideal for the big-screen TVs and even larger Sony JumboTron that flank the altar, files into place beside a four-keyboard organ.
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January 25, 1993 | MIKE DOWNEY
It is 8:30 on a Sunday morning at the Crystal Cathedral, where the walls part to let inside God's light. Sun rays beam like lasers off the towers of glass and chrome, hundreds of feet high. A church choir in Technicolor vestments, ideal for the big-screen TVs and even larger Sony JumboTron that flank the altar, files into place beside a four-keyboard organ.
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May 4, 1990 | From Tines Staff and Wire Reports
Three white former lawmen were found guilty of murder in the 1987 beating death of a black jail inmate. The all-white jury deliberated for about four hours before finding former Hemphill, Tex., Police Chief Thomas Ladner and former Sabine County sheriff's deputies Billy Ray Horton and James M. Hyden guilty in the death of Loyal Garner Jr. The 34-year-old Florien, La., resident died of head injuries two days after being arrested on drunk driving charges.
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November 28, 1990 | BETH KLEID, Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press
Vanilli Veracity: Three singers whose voices have already found fame behind the faces of disgraced pop duo Milli Vanilli plan to launch their own group. At a news conference in Frankfurt on Monday, album producer Frank Farian said singers Brad Howell, John Davis and Gina Mohammed will record a new album together with a fourth group member, Ray Horton. Farian will manage the new group. Howell and Davis were the voices on the hit album, "Girl You Know It's True."
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May 5, 1990 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Three white former lawmen convicted of murdering a black prisoner were sentenced in Tyler, Tex., to prison terms ranging from 10 to 28 years. Loyal Garner Jr., 34, died in 1987 after being beaten in his cell following a drunken driving arrest. The defendants--former Hemphill Police Chief Thomas Ladner and former Sabine County sheriff's deputies Billy Ray Horton and James M. Hyden--were convicted Thursday. Ladner was sentenced to 28 years, Hyden to 14 years and Horton to 10 years.
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October 7, 1991 | From Associated Press
The Dallas Cowboys struck quickly Sunday, but the catalyst of the action was not the Cowboy offense. Ten seconds after Ray Horton intercepted a pass from Green Bay Packer quarterback Blair Kiel and returned it 65 yards for a touchdown, Issiac Holt intercepted another pass that set up a 13-yard touchdown pass play from Troy Aikman to Jay Novacek. The touchdowns, which came 73 seconds apart, sent the Cowboys on their way to a 20-17 victory.
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October 12, 1992 | From Associated Press
The Seattle Seahawks had the misfortune of meeting the Dallas Cowboys only six days after the Cowboys were embarrassed by the Philadelphia Eagles. Shaking off a 24-point loss to their NFC East-rivals, the Cowboy defense produced seven sacks, two fumble recoveries and an interception return for a touchdown Sunday in a 27-0 victory over the hapless Seahawks. The Cowboys (4-1) allowed the Seahawks (1-5) only 62 yards of offense while recording their first regular-season shutout in 14 years.
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September 26, 1989 | LEONARD SHAPIRO, Washington Post
Shortly after quarterback Troy Aikman had been pulled from the football game early in the fourth quarter Sunday, Babe Laufenberg walked over to the Cowboys rookie and whispered a few words of consolation. "I told him, 'Troy, you don't ever pull the other 10 people out, you pull out the quarterback,' " said Laufenberg, the vagabond backup who is No. 3 here now and didn't even put on a uniform Sunday against one of his former teams.
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October 19, 1992 | From Associated Press
Safety Ray Horton was demoted, but not disheartened. And that's a good thing, because his interception Sunday put the Dallas Cowboys back into the NFC East lead. Horton intercepted a pass by Dave Krieg with 3:27 to play to help Dallas turn back a late Chiefs threat, and the Cowboys rode back into first place with a 17-10 victory. Dallas (5-1), which has won 10 consecutive home games, is in first place alone after Philadelphia lost to the Washington Redskins, 16-12.
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January 22, 1993 | Associated Press
New York Jet defensive end Dennis Byrd, paralyzed because of a broken neck, is making "excellent progress" and has taken his first steps in his rehabilitation program, his doctor said Thursday. "He has continued to gain muscle strength in both of his arms and legs," said Kristjan Ragnarsson, chairman of rehabilitation medicine at Mount Sinai Medical Center. "He has been working out regularly in the therapeutic pool with his therapist and was able to stand unsupported and take a few steps.
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