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October 21, 1990
Ramsey Dardar, a former defensive tackle for the St. Louis Cardinals, was sentenced in Baton Rouge, La., to five years in prison on each of three burglary charges to which he pleaded guilty. All but 18 months of the sentence was suspended.
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September 17, 1995 | T.J. SIMERS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Harold Gustafson has undergone two open-heart surgeries, and under the advice of his physician he is not to become too excited, which explains why he has season tickets to watch the Arizona Cardinals. "What's to jump up and down about?" said Gustafson, who resides in Scottsdale. "You just know what they are going to do: Two runs up the middle, throw on third and 10 and then call on the punter to root it out of there. "It's just pathetic what's happening here.
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October 1, 1987 | THOMAS BONK, Times Staff Writer
The weather is supposed to be beautiful in Seoul this time of year. That is what John Lee remembers and he's going back to check it out. It should be a delightful trip. Maybe Lee will like it as much as the one he just took to Rosarito Beach and Ensenada. He probably could have kept his bags packed by the front door for a speedy getaway. Actually, he doesn't need to hurry because if there's one thing Lee has now, it's time.
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November 8, 1992 | TIM KAWAKAMI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Rams and Phoenix Cardinals, teams that have been busy this season earning respect but losing football games, will play today at Anaheim Stadium with not much more at stake than deciding which one can claim another step toward respectability. Phoenix is 2-6, but "very easily could be 6-2 at this point," Ram Coach Chuck Knox says, presumably using a formula for evaluation that erases the Cardinals' convincing losses to Tampa Bay, Philadelphia and the New York Giants.
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November 14, 1987 | GENE WOJCIECHOWSKI, Times Staff Writer
He calls his head coach "mate" and lives to tell about it. He has a standing offer to buy beer for the entire citizenry of St. Louis. He hops like a kangaroo after sacking a quarterback. You would remember Colin Scotts if you met him. Somewhere between the story about driving a special car with square wheels and the one about his first experience with football pads, you'd have no choice.
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November 8, 1992 | TIM KAWAKAMI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The Rams and Phoenix Cardinals, teams that have been busy this season earning respect but losing football games, will play today at Anaheim Stadium with not much more at stake than deciding which one can claim another step toward respectability. Phoenix is 2-6, but "very easily could be 6-2 at this point," Ram Coach Chuck Knox says, presumably using a formula for evaluation that erases the Cardinals' convincing losses to Tampa Bay, Philadelphia and the New York Giants.
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October 21, 1990
Ramsey Dardar, a former defensive tackle for the St. Louis Cardinals, was sentenced in Baton Rouge, La., to five years in prison on each of three burglary charges to which he pleaded guilty. All but 18 months of the sentence was suspended.
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March 18, 1988 | Bob Oates
The National Football League, in collusion with the National Collegiate Athletic Assn., is still forcing some of the nation's best young players to threaten lawsuits if they want to get into pro ball. Four years of college are no longer enough if a player's college coach wants him to stick around for five years, the evidence of another case showed again this week. Pitt running back Craig (Ironhead) Heyward was left in limbo Thursday as the NFL ended its annual spring meetings.
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March 16, 1988 | MARK HEISLER, Times Staff Writer
Still just a-lookin' for a home, the Cardinals Tuesday got permission from 26 National Football League owners to move here, suddenly reducing St. Louis, the nation's 11th-largest metropolitan area, to the status of another expansion applicant with a rented room at the winter meetings for a wet bar, a buffet and a model of the proposed new stadium. The vote was 26-0, with abstentions by the Raiders and Miami Dolphins. The Raiders pleaded legal reasons.
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March 14, 1988 | BOB OATES
The size of the indemnity payment is the only thing standing between the St. Louis Cardinals and a new home in Phoenix, National Football League sources said Sunday after an executive committee session was canceled on the first day of the league's winter meetings. The committee, consisting of the owner and one assistant from each NFL franchise, is scheduled to meet today.
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March 10, 1988 | MARK HEISLER
The Raiders acquired defensive end Barry Bennett from the New York Jets Wednesday for an undisclosed draft choice, thought to be a late-round pick. Bennett, 32, is a 10-year veteran who started for most of the last three seasons. He is considered durable and dependable, if not sensational, and led the Jets in tackles last season. The Jets, however, moved another veteran, Marty Lyons, into Bennett's spot late last season.
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