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October 30, 1990
Roger Headrick, a former executive at Pillsbury Co. and Exxon Corp., was chosen to succeed Mike Lynn as president and chief executive officer of the Minnesota Vikings effective Jan. 1.
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October 30, 1990
Roger Headrick, a former executive at Pillsbury Co. and Exxon Corp., was chosen to succeed Mike Lynn as president and chief executive officer of the Minnesota Vikings effective Jan. 1.
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January 26, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Herschel Walker might be headed to Atlanta. The Minnesota Vikings have confirmed that they are discussing a trade with the Falcons. "I'd like to get a first and second-round draft choice," Viking President Roger Headrick told the Star Tribune of Minneapolis. "But at this point, all we're doing is talking." The Atlanta Journal-Constitution quoted an unidentified source who said Walker wanted to "finish his career" in his home state of Georgia.
NEWS
January 8, 1987
A candidate for the Board of Directors has run into a slight hitch--he does not live in Pasadena. David Roger Headrick, 38, took out the necessary papers, but the city clerk later discovered that Headrick's residence on Allen Avenue just north of Washington Boulevard is two doors outside the city boundary. Headrick, who moved to the area in November, said he still intends to run and already has found a new residence--this time within city limits.
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January 11, 1996 | Associated Press
Minnesota Viking linebacker Broderick Thomas was arrested near Houston on charges of driving while intoxicated and unlawfully carrying a weapon, police said. He was jailed on the two misdemeanor charges, then released pending a future court date after paying $1,300 for bail. It is not the first brush with the law for Thomas, who was arrested in July for trying to conceal an unloaded pistol before boarding a plane. The Vikings said Thomas won't return to the team next season.
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December 6, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Lou Holtz signed a five-year contract extension Thursday, ending speculation that the Notre Dame football coach might leave for the Minnesota Vikings. Holtz feared that the continuous speculation would hurt recruiting but had been unable to squelch rumors that he might take the NFL job. "We determined that the best way to do that was with this contract," said the Rev. E. William Beauchamp, university vice president for athletics.
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December 5, 1991 | Associated Press
The Minnesota Vikings confirmed that Jerry Burns will retire as coach of the team after the 1991 season. "Jerry and I had a meeting this morning, and he related to me his desire to step down at the end of the season," said Roger Headrick, Viking president. "After a period of time, I just decided that I'd had enough of coaching," Burns said in a statement.
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May 18, 1994 | From Times Staff and Wire Reports
Pete Sampras scored another impressive victory, beating Yevgeny Kafelnikov, 6-3, 6-3, as the United States swept Russia in the World Team Cup at Duesseldorf, Germany, 3-0. Patrick McEnroe and Richey Reneberg beat Alexander Volkov and Andrei Olhovskiy in doubles, 6-7 (5-7), 6-4, 6-4. Miscellany Detroit center Sergei Fedorov and New York Islander right wing Mick Vukota were suspended and fined $500 each for separate incidents in the first round of the NHL playoffs.
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January 27, 1998 | From Times Wire Services
Dennis Green, who had threatened to resign as coach of the Minnesota Vikings, agreed Monday to remain through the 1998 season. "We intend to put the past behind us and focus on our ultimate objective: getting to the Super Bowl and winning it," Viking President Roger Headrick said. Said Green: "I am convinced that Roger and I can work together and are on the same page for this upcoming season.
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November 1, 1997 | Associated Press
Minnesota Viking Coach Dennis Green has promised NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue he won't try to sue for control of the team. In a letter sent to the commissioner this week, Green said he misjudged reaction to the final chapter of his autobiography. In that chapter, Green threatened to buy at least 30% interest in the team, suing two or more of the team's 10 owners for that share if need be.
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February 7, 1998 | From Times Wire Services
John Elway, who just quarterbacked the Denver Broncos to their first Super Bowl victory, plans to return this season, according to his agent, Marvin Demoff. "My expectation always was that John would tell [owner] Pat Bowlen and [Coach] Mike Shanahan a year in advance that I'm taking it one year at a time," Demoff told the Denver Post. "Well, John's giving them a year's notice on his locker starting now. He might end up renewing that lease after next season.
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