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September 2, 1987 | MARK HEISLER, Times Staff Writer
The New England Patriots might not have been able to figure out what to do with a former three-time Pro Bowl offensive tackle who doubles as a union vice president, but the Raiders could. Monday night, Brian Holloway appeared on national TV to state the players' case in negotiations with National Football League owners. Tuesday morning, the Patriots told Holloway he was through in Foxboro.
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October 31, 1987 | RICH ROBERTS, Times Staff Writer
The National Football League Players Assn. will not be impressed, but Raymond Clayborn has played in more consecutive games than any other active player. It may mean more in the future, when people have forgotten about the 1987 strike that tore teams apart, but right now all it means is that Raymond Clayborn crossed the picket line. "Purely financial reasons," the New England Patriots cornerback said by phone from Foxboro, Mass. this week. "I just needed the money.
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October 31, 1987 | RICH ROBERTS, Times Staff Writer
The National Football League Players Assn. will not be impressed, but Raymond Clayborn has played in more consecutive games than any other active player. It may mean more in the future, when people have forgotten about the 1987 strike that tore teams apart, but right now all it means is that Raymond Clayborn crossed the picket line. "Purely financial reasons," the New England Patriots cornerback said by phone from Foxboro, Mass. this week. "I just needed the money.
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October 19, 1987 | From Times Wire Services
As the National Football League's first strikeball season comes to an end after three games, the Super Bowl champion New York Giants, 0-2 before the strike, are left with an overall record of 0-5. The latest Giant killers were the Buffalo Bills, who won, 6-3, in overtime Sunday at Buffalo on a 27-yard field goal by Todd Schlopy. The game that was marked by 258 yards in penalties, 9 turnovers and 5 missed field goals.
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January 5, 1987 | BOB OATES, Times Staff Writer
Any football fan watching the Denver Bronco-New England Patriot playoff game here Sunday must have told himself: These teams are alike in just one respect. Neither one can beat the New York Giants. Put together, they probably couldn't beat the Giants. The Broncos were only good enough to eliminate the Patriots, 22-17, because the Patriot defense quit playing on the play that won it.
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September 5, 1986 | BOB OATES, Times Staff Writer
This will be remembered as the year when things went to hell in New England. You think you've got troubles? Consider the New England Patriots. The last thing they enjoyed was their pregame meal at the Super Bowl. That was seven months ago. The Chicago Bears crushed them that day. A day later, it was reported that several Patriots had been identified as drug users. Soon there was a gambling investigation of one of the best of the Patriot players--with hints that others might be involved.
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March 23, 1986
The New England Patriots backed off Saturday on their controversial decision to institute voluntary drug testing. Coach Raymond Berry said he will wait for NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle and the NFL Players Assn. to develop a plan. "I'm extremely encouraged and hopeful," Berry said, "because both the commissioner and the players' association have decided to do something about it." The morning after their 46-10 loss to the Chicago Bears in the Jan.
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October 19, 1987 | From Times Wire Services
As the National Football League's first strikeball season comes to an end after three games, the Super Bowl champion New York Giants, 0-2 before the strike, are left with an overall record of 0-5. The latest Giant killers were the Buffalo Bills, who won, 6-3, in overtime Sunday at Buffalo on a 27-yard field goal by Todd Schlopy. The game that was marked by 258 yards in penalties, 9 turnovers and 5 missed field goals.
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September 2, 1987 | MARK HEISLER, Times Staff Writer
The New England Patriots might not have been able to figure out what to do with a former three-time Pro Bowl offensive tackle who doubles as a union vice president, but the Raiders could. Monday night, Brian Holloway appeared on national TV to state the players' case in negotiations with National Football League owners. Tuesday morning, the Patriots told Holloway he was through in Foxboro.
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January 5, 1987 | BOB OATES, Times Staff Writer
Any football fan watching the Denver Bronco-New England Patriot playoff game here Sunday must have told himself: These teams are alike in just one respect. Neither one can beat the New York Giants. Put together, they probably couldn't beat the Giants. The Broncos were only good enough to eliminate the Patriots, 22-17, because the Patriot defense quit playing on the play that won it.
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September 5, 1986 | BOB OATES, Times Staff Writer
This will be remembered as the year when things went to hell in New England. You think you've got troubles? Consider the New England Patriots. The last thing they enjoyed was their pregame meal at the Super Bowl. That was seven months ago. The Chicago Bears crushed them that day. A day later, it was reported that several Patriots had been identified as drug users. Soon there was a gambling investigation of one of the best of the Patriot players--with hints that others might be involved.
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September 25, 1989 | From Associated Press
With two of New England's starting defensive backs sidelined, Dave Krieg threw three touchdown passes in the last 8:15 of the first half, leading the Seattle Seahawks to a 24-3 victory Sunday. The swift attack turned a 3-0 New England lead into a 21-3 Seahawk halftime advantage. Both teams are now 1-2. A 27-yard pass play touchdown to Louis Clark gave Seattle a 7-3 lead.
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September 3, 1991 | Associated Press
It's official: Randall Cunningham is out for the season. The Eagles' quarterback sustained two ligament tears that will require surgery, and the team doctor recommended Monday that the All-Pro wait until next season before coming back. Cunningham, however, said he will leave today for Los Angeles to consult with his family physician, Dr. Clarence Shields, an associate physician with the Rams.
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