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October 20, 1988
The Philadelphia Eagles signed offensive guard Ron Solt, acquired from the Indianapolis Colts. Solt, who was a Colt holdout, reportedly agreed to a 6-year, $3.4-million contract with the Eagles.
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September 1, 1989 | From Times wire services
The NFL warned guard Ron Solt during the 1988 preseason that he had tested positive for steroid use, the Philadelphia Daily News reported today, quoting sources as saying the warning came in the form of a letter before Solt joined the Philadelphia Eagles from the Indianapolis Colts. Solt was one of 13 players suspended by the NFL on Tuesday for testing positive for steroids at the beginning of training camp in July.
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August 30, 1989 | From Associated Press
Eagles guard Ron Solt plans to contest a 30-day suspension imposed after he tested positive for steroids, according to a teammate. The All-Pro guard was among 13 NFL players suspended Tuesday because of positive test results for the muscle-enhancing drug. He will miss the Eagles' final exhibition game and the first three of the season.
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September 1, 1989 | From Times wire services
The NFL warned guard Ron Solt during the 1988 preseason that he had tested positive for steroid use, the Philadelphia Daily News reported today, quoting sources as saying the warning came in the form of a letter before Solt joined the Philadelphia Eagles from the Indianapolis Colts. Solt was one of 13 players suspended by the NFL on Tuesday for testing positive for steroids at the beginning of training camp in July.
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August 30, 1989 | From Associated Press
Eagles guard Ron Solt plans to contest a 30-day suspension imposed after he tested positive for steroids, according to a teammate. The All-Pro guard was among 13 NFL players suspended Tuesday because of positive test results for the muscle-enhancing drug. He will miss the Eagles' final exhibition game and the first three of the season.
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August 27, 1993 | Associated Press
Wide receiver Haywood Jeffires of the Houston Oilers will sit out Saturday's exhibition game against the Seattle Seahawks because of an irregular heartbeat, but expects to return for the regular season. Jeffires' heart rate rose to about 170 beats per minute during Wednesday's workout and led to a series of tests that revealed an atrial fibrillation, the Oilers said. . . .
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August 30, 1989 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The National Football League announced its first crackdown on anabolic steroids Tuesday, suspending 13 players who tested positive, including Mark Mraz of the Raiders and the Rams' Vernon Kirk. The 13 players were suspended and placed on the non-football illness list for a minimum 30 days, which will force them to miss one exhibition and three regular season games.
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July 29, 1988 | BRIAN HEWITT, Times Staff Writer
All week long, the question regarding Jim Lachey has been: Will the Chargers trade him? On Thursday, the question changed to: When will the Chargers trade him? Followed quickly by: To whom? Lachey is the Pro Bowl tackle who was supposed to report to training camp Monday. But on Thursday he informed Steve Ortmayer, the team's director of football operations, that he wasn't going to report. Not now, not later.
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April 30, 1985
TEAM PLAYERS HOW THEY FARED 1. New England Irving Fryar, wr Injured, showed (from Tampa Bay), (Nebraska) potential through Cincinnati 2. Houston Dean Steinkuhler, og Showed less than (Nebraska) advertised 3. New York Giants Carl Banks, lb Hasn't proved (Michigan St.) much yet 4. Philadelphia Kenny Jackson, wr Injured, may have (Penn St.) a future 5. Kansas City Bill Maas, dt Jury still out on (Pittsburgh) him 6. San Diego Mossy Cade, db Signed with USFL (Texas) 7.
SPORTS
October 20, 1988
The Philadelphia Eagles signed offensive guard Ron Solt, acquired from the Indianapolis Colts. Solt, who was a Colt holdout, reportedly agreed to a 6-year, $3.4-million contract with the Eagles.
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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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