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August 9, 1989 | CHRIS DUFRESNE, Times Staff Writer
If Richard Ashe can remain standing, and that's no guarantee as casualties mount at the Rams' training camp, he may soon end up at tight end by default. Ashe is this summer's free-agent prize, having been plucked by the Rams from a football cereal box known as Humboldt State which, at last glance, hadn't produced any Mark Bavaros lately. It wasn't so long ago that the waiting line to tight end wrapped around the block, as if for a "Batman" matinee.
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August 9, 1989 | CHRIS DUFRESNE, Times Staff Writer
If Richard Ashe can remain standing, and that's no guarantee as casualties mount at the Rams' training camp, he may soon end up at tight end by default. Ashe is this summer's free-agent prize, having been plucked by the Rams from a football cereal box known as Humboldt State which, at last glance, hadn't produced any Mark Bavaros lately. It wasn't so long ago that the waiting line to tight end wrapped around the block, as if for a "Batman" matinee.
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October 19, 1990 | TIM KAWAKAMI
The Rams, as expected, activated inside linebacker Larry Kelm off injured reserve and plan to start him Sunday against the Atlanta Falcons at Anaheim Stadium. Kelm, who injured his left knee in the Rams' last exhibition game, took the place of fellow inside linebacker Fred Strickland, who broke his leg Sunday night and will miss the rest of the season. "I don't know if he is (100%)," Ram Coach John Robinson said of Kelm, "but he's well enough to come back."
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March 10, 1990 | CHRIS DUFRESNE
The Rams announced the signing of six free agents Friday, including Plan B guard Joe Milinichik of the Detroit Lions. Milinichik, 6-feet-5, 275 pounds, played in all 16 games for Detroit last season, starting once. He was a four-year starter at North Carolina State and the Lions' third-round draft choice in 1986. Milinichik, who will turn 27 March 30, spent his entire rookie season on injured reserve after suffering a dislocated elbow.
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August 19, 1989 | CHRIS DUFRESNE
The team without an operable tight end went straight to a team that didn't need one Friday when the Rams acquired Pat Carter from the Detroit Lions in a trade that will allow one team to resume normal practice sessions. The Rams, gutted at the position because of one key holdout and several injuries, gave up a fourth-round pick next year for Carter, a second-round choice of the Lions in 1988.
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August 19, 1989 | CHRIS DUFRESNE, Times Staff Writer
The team without an operable tight end went straight to a team that didn't need one Friday when the Rams acquired Pat Carter from the Detroit Lions in a trade that will allow one team to resume normal practice sessions. The Rams, gutted at the position because of one key holdout and several injuries, gave up a fourth-round pick next year for Carter, a second-round choice of the Lions in 1988.
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September 22, 1990 | TIM KAWAKAMI
As expected, free-agent kicker John Carney signed with the Rams Friday as insurance for Mike Lansford's sore right leg, and probably will handle the kickoffs Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles at Anaheim Stadium. Lansford, who will do the placekicking, said he could probably also kick off, but the Rams feared that he might further damage his right calf muscle during the game, leaving the team without a placekicker.
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August 12, 1989 | CHRIS DUFRESNE, Times Staff Writer
Tight end or no tight end, the Rams will meet their scheduled exhibition appointment with the Denver Broncos tonight at 6 at Mile High Stadium. What's the use? Well, the game's on the schedule and there's really no turning back. That's not to say one team wouldn't like to. The Rams, reeling from Tokyo jet-lag and the loss of key position players, could have used the time to sleep or place want-ads.
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September 7, 1989 | GENE WOJCIECHOWSKI, Times Staff Writer
Those waiting breathlessly for the Cleveland Gary Era to begin might want to take a few more gulps of air. As it stands now, it's going to be awhile before the Rams' first-round draft choice has to worry about grass stains on his game uniform. A 57-day contract holdout will do that, as will lousy timing. Gary, a versatile fullback from the University of Miami, chose to agree to terms just three days before the start of the regular season.
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September 7, 1990
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