Advertisement
YOU ARE HERE: LAT HomeCollectionsRoy Green
IN THE NEWS

Roy Green

FEATURED ARTICLES
SPORTS
October 31, 1992 | Associated Press
The Philadelphia Eagles have activated veteran wide receiver Roy Green from the practice squad and released Floyd Dixon. Green, a 14-year veteran from Henderson State, was placed on injured reserve Sept. 1 after suffering a left elbow injury during the preseason. In 1991, he played in 13 games, making 29 receptions for 364 yards. * Buffalo cornerback Kirby Jackson will replace the struggling James Williams as starter when the Bills play the New England Patriots on Sunday.
ARTICLES BY DATE
SPORTS
January 21, 1999 | THOMAS BONK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
On the occasion of his new career as the most celebrated amateur golfer in the world (retired basketball player division), Michael Jordan chose a tasteful black shirt, tailored gray slacks with white accents and distinctive brown and black shoes, then accented the ensemble with a cigar longer than a three-pointer.
Advertisement
SPORTS
September 23, 1991 | From Associated Press
Two players thought to be at the end of their careers had career days Sunday for the Philadelphia Eagles. Jim McMahon, given a chance after Randall Cunningham's season ended because of a knee injury, completed 22 of 31 passes for 286 yards and scored a touchdown as the Eagles beat the Pittsburgh Steelers, 23-14. The 31-year-old McMahon threw six of those passes for 114 yards to 34-year-old wide receiver Roy Green, whose catches set up two field goals and a touchdown.
SPORTS
October 31, 1992 | Associated Press
The Philadelphia Eagles have activated veteran wide receiver Roy Green from the practice squad and released Floyd Dixon. Green, a 14-year veteran from Henderson State, was placed on injured reserve Sept. 1 after suffering a left elbow injury during the preseason. In 1991, he played in 13 games, making 29 receptions for 364 yards. * Buffalo cornerback Kirby Jackson will replace the struggling James Williams as starter when the Bills play the New England Patriots on Sunday.
BUSINESS
July 19, 1987
Roy Green, president of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas, is resigning that post to become CEO of County Savings Bank, a $1-billion institution based in Santa Barbara. His resignation from the $220,000-a-year FHLB job followed a 12-month period in which the net worth of the state's savings and loan associations collectively declined by $5 billion to a negative net worth of $1.43 billion.
SPORTS
August 11, 1985 | BOB SUDYK, Hartford Courant
The term holdout has become so commonplace in the National Football League this preseason it could be mistaken for a position on a team. Consider: Dan Marino is holding out on the Miami Dolphins. Mike Singletary, Al Harris and Todd Bell are holding out on the Chicago Bears. The Philadelphia Eagles have five holdouts--Wilbert Montgomery, Mike Quick, Jerry Robinson, Dean Mirdaldi and Dennis Harrison. Holdout, on many of these teams, is the most significant position on the club roster.
SPORTS
August 9, 1985 | BOB SUDYK, Hartford Courant
The term holdout has become so commonplace in the National Football League this preseason it could be mistaken for a position on a team. Consider: Dan Marino is holding out on the Miami Dolphins. Mike Singletary, Al Harris and Todd Bell are holding out on the Chicago Bears. The Philadelphia Eagles have five holdouts--Wilbert Montgomery, Mike Quick, Jerry Robinson, Dean Mirdaldi and Dennis Harrison. Holdout, on many of these teams, is the most significant position on the club roster.
SPORTS
September 19, 1991 | Associated Press
Victor Kiam, New England Patriot owner, has to come up with $38 million by Oct. 10 to pay off partner Fran Murray or lose control of the NFL franchise. Under their ownership contract, if Kiam cannot produce the money, Murray will run the team with the help of the league for 120 days, during which time it would be sold. Kiam "sees no problem coming up with the money," a team spokesman said.
SPORTS
September 20, 1987 | TOM FRIEND, Times Staff Writer
You can blame Todd Blackledge, but the Chargers have the National Football League's No. 1-ranked pass defense. With Neil Lomax, Roy Green and the St. Louis Cardinals in town for today's game, they probably won't be No. 1 next week . . . if there is a next week. Unless there's a mad rush to the bargaining table, this might be the last Charger game for a while. A player strike Tuesday appears a probability .
SPORTS
September 23, 1991 | From Associated Press
Two players thought to be at the end of their careers had career days Sunday for the Philadelphia Eagles. Jim McMahon, given a chance after Randall Cunningham's season ended because of a knee injury, completed 22 of 31 passes for 286 yards and scored a touchdown as the Eagles beat the Pittsburgh Steelers, 23-14. The 31-year-old McMahon threw six of those passes for 114 yards to 34-year-old wide receiver Roy Green, whose catches set up two field goals and a touchdown.
SPORTS
September 19, 1991 | Associated Press
Victor Kiam, New England Patriot owner, has to come up with $38 million by Oct. 10 to pay off partner Fran Murray or lose control of the NFL franchise. Under their ownership contract, if Kiam cannot produce the money, Murray will run the team with the help of the league for 120 days, during which time it would be sold. Kiam "sees no problem coming up with the money," a team spokesman said.
SPORTS
September 20, 1987 | TOM FRIEND, Times Staff Writer
You can blame Todd Blackledge, but the Chargers have the National Football League's No. 1-ranked pass defense. With Neil Lomax, Roy Green and the St. Louis Cardinals in town for today's game, they probably won't be No. 1 next week . . . if there is a next week. Unless there's a mad rush to the bargaining table, this might be the last Charger game for a while. A player strike Tuesday appears a probability .
SPORTS
September 14, 1987 | From Times Wire Services
For Neil Lomax, a St. Louis Cardinals quarterback who has had more downs than ups in recent years, the comeback victory was almost worth the wait. "This is the best feeling I've experienced in the last two years," Lomax said after bringing St. Louis from behind in the final two minutes to a 24-13 victory over the Dallas Cowboys Sunday. "It's a beauty to beat Dallas the way we did."
BUSINESS
July 19, 1987
Roy Green, president of the Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas, is resigning that post to become CEO of County Savings Bank, a $1-billion institution based in Santa Barbara. His resignation from the $220,000-a-year FHLB job followed a 12-month period in which the net worth of the state's savings and loan associations collectively declined by $5 billion to a negative net worth of $1.43 billion.
SPORTS
September 14, 1987 | From Times Wire Services
For Neil Lomax, a St. Louis Cardinals quarterback who has had more downs than ups in recent years, the comeback victory was almost worth the wait. "This is the best feeling I've experienced in the last two years," Lomax said after bringing St. Louis from behind in the final two minutes to a 24-13 victory over the Dallas Cowboys Sunday. "It's a beauty to beat Dallas the way we did."
SPORTS
January 21, 1999 | THOMAS BONK, TIMES STAFF WRITER
On the occasion of his new career as the most celebrated amateur golfer in the world (retired basketball player division), Michael Jordan chose a tasteful black shirt, tailored gray slacks with white accents and distinctive brown and black shoes, then accented the ensemble with a cigar longer than a three-pointer.
SPORTS
August 11, 1985 | BOB SUDYK, Hartford Courant
The term holdout has become so commonplace in the National Football League this preseason it could be mistaken for a position on a team. Consider: Dan Marino is holding out on the Miami Dolphins. Mike Singletary, Al Harris and Todd Bell are holding out on the Chicago Bears. The Philadelphia Eagles have five holdouts--Wilbert Montgomery, Mike Quick, Jerry Robinson, Dean Mirdaldi and Dennis Harrison. Holdout, on many of these teams, is the most significant position on the club roster.
SPORTS
August 9, 1985 | BOB SUDYK, Hartford Courant
The term holdout has become so commonplace in the National Football League this preseason it could be mistaken for a position on a team. Consider: Dan Marino is holding out on the Miami Dolphins. Mike Singletary, Al Harris and Todd Bell are holding out on the Chicago Bears. The Philadelphia Eagles have five holdouts--Wilbert Montgomery, Mike Quick, Jerry Robinson, Dean Mirdaldi and Dennis Harrison. Holdout, on many of these teams, is the most significant position on the club roster.
Los Angeles Times Articles
|