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January 30, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The Denver Broncos traded wide receiver Ricky Nattiel to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for an undisclosed draft choice.
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January 30, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The Denver Broncos traded wide receiver Ricky Nattiel to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for an undisclosed draft choice.
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November 28, 1987 | BOB WOLF
John Elway a one-man team? No way. He isn't even the only Denver Bronco who has his own poster. Just three days ago, Elway's three favorite receivers joined the poster parade with a photo session in Denver. Their names are Vance Johnson, Mark Jackson and Ricky Nattiel, and Elway has dubbed them "the Three Amigos." None of the three has reached Elway's status as a player, but how many will?
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December 3, 1988 | STEVE SPRINGER, Times Staff Writer
Mark Jackson emerged from the shower last Sunday after his Denver Broncos had beaten the Rams, looked across the locker room at teammate Vance Johnson, smiled and yelled, " Ole! " Johnson also broke into a grin and responded with an " Ole! " of his own. A sequel in the making? Premiere of the Three Amigos II? Surely you remember those colorful characters from last season's Super Bowl. So what ever happened to them?
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December 3, 1988 | STEVE SPRINGER, Times Staff Writer
Mark Jackson emerged from the shower last Sunday after his Denver Broncos had beaten the Rams, looked across the locker room at teammate Vance Johnson, smiled and yelled, " Ole! " Johnson also broke into a grin and responded with an " Ole! " of his own. A sequel in the making? Premiere of the Three Amigos II? Surely you remember those colorful characters from last season's Super Bowl. So what ever happened to them?
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January 29, 1988 | MARK HEISLER, Times Staff Writer
It's a hard world to get a break in. Ask the Three Amigos, the Denver Broncos' receiving trio of Vance Johnson, Mark Jackson and Ricky Nattiel, who have risen to stardom, only to find that it was easier being anonymous. Si, they could tell you a thing or two about fame. One moment they were lovable muppets. The next, they were Three Friends, Inc. This is 1988, remember, there's a world to be won and the Vance was involved.
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May 22, 1988 | United Press International
Darrell Green of the Super Bowl champion Washington Redskins won the NFL's Fastest Man competition Saturday for the second time in three years. Green, who earned $20,000, defeated another cornerback, Rod Woodson of the Pittsburgh Steelers, in the 60-yard final, with a time of 6.10 seconds. Woodson was timed in 6.25. Green defeated wide receiver Mark Duper of the Miami Dolphins and running back Herschel Walker of the Dallas Cowboys to advance to the final.
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December 18, 1989
Ricky Nattiel, nursing a swollen and sore right knee, will miss the Denver Broncos' final regular-season game at San Diego on Sunday. Nattiel's status for the playoffs also remained in doubt, although Coach Dan Reeves was hopeful that two weeks of rest would allow him to return to action. After the San Diego game, the Broncos will be idle a week, then start playoff action the weekend of Jan. 6 and 7. Nattiel reinjured his knee in the second quarter of Saturday's 37-0 victory over Phoenix.
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August 20, 1991 | From Associated Press
Rookie running back Greg Lewis scored twice, and John Elway passed 62 yards to Ricky Nattiel for another touchdown as the Broncos broke out of an offensive slump with a 21-13 exhibition victory over the Dolphins Monday night. The Broncos (2-2), who had scored only one touchdown in their first three exhibition outings, showed signs of life on their first offensive play, when Elway hit Mark Jackson on a 46-yard pass play.
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August 20, 1991 | From Associated Press
Steve Young turned a scramble into a 47-yard touchdown run and threw for another score as the 49ers beat the San Diego Chargers, 24-13, in an exhibition game Monday night at San Francisco. Young, starting a second game in place of Joe Montana, raced past linebacker Henry Rolling, broke Donald Frank's tackle at about the five-yard line and carried cornerbacks Gill Byrd and Sam Seale into the end zone for the game's first score midway through the opening quarter.
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January 29, 1988 | MARK HEISLER, Times Staff Writer
It's a hard world to get a break in. Ask the Three Amigos, the Denver Broncos' receiving trio of Vance Johnson, Mark Jackson and Ricky Nattiel, who have risen to stardom, only to find that it was easier being anonymous. Si, they could tell you a thing or two about fame. One moment they were lovable muppets. The next, they were Three Friends, Inc. This is 1988, remember, there's a world to be won and the Vance was involved.
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November 28, 1987 | BOB WOLF
John Elway a one-man team? No way. He isn't even the only Denver Bronco who has his own poster. Just three days ago, Elway's three favorite receivers joined the poster parade with a photo session in Denver. Their names are Vance Johnson, Mark Jackson and Ricky Nattiel, and Elway has dubbed them "the Three Amigos." None of the three has reached Elway's status as a player, but how many will?
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September 8, 1985 | From Times Wire Services
Kerwin Bell passed for four touchdowns, including two in the fourth quarter, to lead fifth-ranked Florida to a 35-23 victory over Miami Saturday night before 80,227 fans at the Orange Bowl. The victory was Florida's 10th straight over two seasons and extended its unbeaten streak to 11 games--the longest in the nation. BYU had its 25-game streak ended Saturday by UCLA.
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August 26, 1992 | Associated Press
The Washington Redskins finally got their last three holdouts into camp with the arrival of Heisman Trophy winner Desmond Howard and two All-Pros--cornerback Darrell Green and offensive tackle Jim Lachey. His agent said Howard, the fourth player picked in the NFL draft, signed a four-year deal worth $6 million, including a $2.85 million signing bonus. Lachey, considered the best player at his position, agreed to a three-year deal worth $4 million.
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