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September 24, 1990 | JOHN WEYLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Sure, all-pro tight end Keith Jackson is back from his holdout, and five-time Pro Bowl receiver Mike Quick has returned to form after surgery on both knees. But the biggest factor in the Philadelphia Eagles' 27-21 victory over the Rams was the return of Randall Cunningham. And you thought he never left. Well, Eagle fans have spent two worrisome weeks pondering what had happened to their main man with all the moves, their master of the momentous, their savior of third and long.
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February 1, 2004 | Alan Greenberg, Hartford Courant
In terms of depth, it's the best rookie class Coach Bill Belichick has had in his four years as coach of the New England Patriots. But Belichick, who insists that his first-year players spend extra time each week with their position coaches to better bridge the knowledge gap between rookie and veteran, doesn't really consider them rookies anymore.
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July 3, 1994 | PETER CLAVER McALEVEY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Randall Robinson just wanted to be noticed. It was 1950s Richmond, Va., and Robinson was a 13-year-old delivery boy awaiting a signature for groceries he had delivered to a family in the white suburbs. He was standing in the shadow of an old prewar icebox listening to family members talk about the most embarrassing matters when he suddenly realized they didn't see him. As much as he shuffled his feet and cleared his throat, no one paid any attention.
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April 17, 2000
Players listed by round, position, school and overall pick in parentheses: ARIZONA: 1, Thomas Jones, rb, Virginia (7); 2, Raynoch Thompson, lb, Tennessee (41); 3, Darwin Walker, dt, Tennessee (71); 4, David Barrett, db, Arkansas (102); 5, Mao Tosi, dt, Idaho (136); 5, Jay Tant, te, Northwestern (164); 6, Jabari Issa, dt, Washington (176); 7, Sekou Sanyika, lb, California (215).
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June 10, 1991 | JOHN GODFREY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Neil Simon's "The Good Doctor" pays tribute to the early work of Anton Chekhov, the one-act vaudevilles and farcical sketches which the Russian playwright adapted from his fictional writings before he reached the pinacle of his career with complex masterpieces like "The Seagull," "The Cherry Orchard," "Uncle Vanya" and "The Three Sisters."
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December 30, 1989 | JOHN WEYLER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Let's say you just won an NFL expansion franchise in a breakfast cereal sweepstakes and you had a choice between Randall Cunningham and Jim Everett as your quarterback. A hypothetical situation, to be sure, but consider it for a minute, anyway. At this point in their careers, it doesn't seem as if you could go wrong with either guy. They are both 27 and considered solid candidates to enter the next century carrying the mantel of "The Quarterback of the '90s."
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June 10, 1994 | PETER CLAVER McALEVEY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Randall Robinson just wanted to be noticed. It was 1950s Richmond, Va., a town where Jim Crow still ruled, and Robinson was a 13-year-old deliv ery boy awaiting a signature for the groceries he had delivered to a family in the lily-white suburbs. He was standing in the shadow of an old prewar icebox listening to family members talk about the most embarrassing matters without missing a beat, when he suddenly realized they didn't see him.
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May 19, 2004 | Dennis McLellan, Times Staff Writer
Tony Randall, the deft comedic actor best known for playing fastidious Felix Unger on the 1970s sitcom "The Odd Couple" during his more than six-decade career on stage, screen and television, has died. He was 84. Randall died in his sleep Monday evening at NYU Medical Center of complications from a months-long illness, according to his publicist, Gary Springer. Randall had developed pneumonia after undergoing triple heart-bypass surgery in December.
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