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February 17, 1989
Wide receiver Stephen Starring of the New England Patriots has been convicted and fined $500 on two counts of indecent exposure in Aurora, Colo.
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April 10, 2005 | Andrew C.C. Huang, Special to The Times
Hollywood is certainly no stranger to importing cinematic talents from Asia's movie capital, but there is a crucial difference between comic superstar Stephen Chow -- who knocked on U.S. doors this weekend with his pan-Asian blockbuster "Kung Fu Hustle" -- and his high-profile Hong Kong peers.
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April 10, 2005 | Andrew C.C. Huang, Special to The Times
Hollywood is certainly no stranger to importing cinematic talents from Asia's movie capital, but there is a crucial difference between comic superstar Stephen Chow -- who knocked on U.S. doors this weekend with his pan-Asian blockbuster "Kung Fu Hustle" -- and his high-profile Hong Kong peers.
SPORTS
February 17, 1989
Wide receiver Stephen Starring of the New England Patriots has been convicted and fined $500 on two counts of indecent exposure in Aurora, Colo.
SPORTS
February 16, 1989 | From Times staff and wire service reports
Wide receiver Stephen Starring of the New England Patriots has been convicted by an Arapahoe County Court jury on two counts of indecent exposure. After the jury returned the verdict this week, County Judge Jim Macrum fined Starring $500 and ordered him to appear in court March 6 to review the results of a mental health examination. Starring could be ordered to undergo treatment at that time.
SPORTS
January 18, 1986
Wide receiver Irving Fryar of the New England Patriots returned to practice Friday and denied that his wife had inflicted the knife wound on his little finger that kept him out of the AFC championship game. "I didn't beat her up, and she didn't cut me," Fryar said. "That's not what happened. I'm not denying there was an argument, but what was in the papers . . . that's not true." Coach Raymond Berry said Fryar probably will be able to return punts against the Chicago Bears in the Super Bowl Jan.
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August 24, 1987 | Associated Press
Junior Tautalatasi scored on a four-yard run 3:11 into overtime to cap a Philadelphia comeback and give the Eagles a 19-13 exhibition victory over the New England Patriots Sunday night. Philadelphia's Paul McFadden had sent the game into overtime with his second field goal of the game, a 22-yard kick, on the final play of the fourth quarter. The Eagles won the coin toss and started from their own 21-yard line after the overtime kickoff.
SPORTS
March 23, 1986
The New England Patriots backed off Saturday on their controversial decision to institute voluntary drug testing. Coach Raymond Berry said he will wait for NFL Commissioner Pete Rozelle and the NFL Players Assn. to develop a plan. "I'm extremely encouraged and hopeful," Berry said, "because both the commissioner and the players' association have decided to do something about it." The morning after their 46-10 loss to the Chicago Bears in the Jan.
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December 29, 1987 | Associated Press
Steve Grogan threw for 238 yards and 2 touchdowns as the New England Patriots, eliminated from the National Football League playoffs a day earlier, beat the Miami Dolphins, 24-10, Monday night in the final game of the 1987 regular season. Grogan, playing with a broken bone in his left hand, passed 3 yards to Irving Fryar for a touchdown and connected on a 34-yard scoring play to Stephen Starring. Grogan completed 21 of 32 attempts.
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August 11, 1986 | Associated Press
Tony Eason, playing for the first time since completing none of six Super Bowl passes, threw for 282 yards and one touchdown Sunday night to lead the New England Patriots to an 18-7 exhibition victory over the Washington Redskins. Eason, who was benched in the 46-10 Super Bowl loss to the Chicago Bears, teamed up with Craig James for a 38-yard pass play on the Patriots' first play, helping to set up a 41-yard field goal by Tony Franklin.
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August 28, 1989 | From Times wire services
Wide receiver James Lofton, the seventh leading pass catcher in NFL history, was released today by the Raiders. Lofton, 33, was one of 10 players cut by the Raiders, who must trim seven more players to meet Tuesday's roster limit of 60. Lofton, who went to seven Pro Bowls while with Green Bay, was acquired by the Raiders before the 1987 season. He caught 41 passes for 880 yards and five touchdowns in 1987. In 1988, his production fell to 28 catches for 549 yards.
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January 9, 1986 | Associated Press
New England Patriots wide receiver Irving Fryar cut two fingers on his right hand Wednesday and will miss Sunday's American Football Conference championship game against the Dolphins at Miami. New England Coach Raymond Berry said: "He has his hand in a cast and he's out for the season." Fryar, a major force in the Patriots' offense and the NFL's leading punt returner, injured the fingers while trying to put a knife into a kitchen drawer at his home.
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