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January 18, 1993 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Defensive coordinator Steve Sidwell of the New Orleans Saints will interview for the vacant head coaching job with the Denver Broncos. Saints' General Manager Jim Finks gave the Broncos permission to talk with Sidwell, who immediately left for Denver.
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January 18, 1993 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Defensive coordinator Steve Sidwell of the New Orleans Saints will interview for the vacant head coaching job with the Denver Broncos. Saints' General Manager Jim Finks gave the Broncos permission to talk with Sidwell, who immediately left for Denver.
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January 17, 1995 | Associated Press
New Seattle Seahawk Coach Dennis Erickson didn't waste any time on his first official day on the job. Erickson hired two Seahawk assistant coaches who were fired along with Coach Tom Flores on Dec. 29: defensive line coach Tommy Brasher and running backs coach Clarence Shelmon. Erickson said he will hire two more defensive assistant coaches. Erickson already hired eight new assistants and is bringing six University of Miami assistants with him.
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January 21, 1993 | Associated Press
The New York Giants appear to be leaning toward Dan Reeves, and the New England Patriots seem serious about Bill Parcells. That's where the NFL's coaching merry-go-round ends, though. The Denver Broncos have narrowed their coaching list to four, and none of the candidates are former Patriot coaches. Bronco owner Pat Bowlen expects to names a successor for the fired Reeves next week.
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July 22, 2007 | Bill Plaschke
It was only 16 minutes. It was only a dozen touches. The entire shebang lasted about as long as it takes to say, "$500 soccer seats." It was a publicity stunt. It was a human billboard. It was vaudeville. On a long and wearisome Saturday night, David Beckham's Galaxy debut was as phony as his wife's television debut. Then why can't I stop smiling? Why can't I get the shrieking cheers out of my head?
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January 1, 2003 | From Associated Press
Mike Holmgren stepped down as general manager of the Seattle Seahawks but will remain the coach, a move he hopes will help the team win a Super Bowl someday. "We wanted to free up Mike to do more coaching," Seahawk President Bob Whitsitt said Tuesday. "I just think there's so much to do. There's only so many hours in a day." Holmgren insisted on being the Seahawks' general manager when he left the Green Bay Packers four years ago. However, he said he was giving up this job willingly.
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January 21, 2000 | From Staff and Wire Reports
All-Pro wide receiver Randy Moss was fined $40,000 by the NFL Thursday for squirting a water bottle at an official in the Vikings' playoff loss to the Rams. The Minnesota star, who was fined $10,000 earlier this season for verbally abusing an official, is appealing. "Our position is that the fine is excessive," agent Dante' DiTrapano said, adding that the first fine also was under appeal.
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July 22, 2007 | Grahame L. Jones, Times Staff Writer
Finally, the David Beckham era is under way. Finally, the England national team midfielder and global marketing icon has put in some actual work on a Los Angeles soccer field. Only 16 minutes and 19 seconds, to be sure, but some work nonetheless. Given his $6.5-million-a-year contract with Major League Soccer, it works out to be some very expensive minutes, but the hype and hoopla of the last few weeks now will perhaps subside and the sport itself can take center stage.
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November 10, 1986 | JOHN WEYLER, Times Staff Writer
New Orleans linebacker Rickey Jackson and Los Angeles running back Eric Dickerson spent some time together this week, going out to dinner and renewing the friendship which began in 1983 when they played in the Pro Bowl together as rookies. "Yeah, we went out . . . and we stayed out," Jackson said, smiling. "And our families partied together. We had a lot of fun." The party lasted through Sunday afternoon for Jackson and the Saints, who beat the Rams, 6-0, at the Superdome.
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November 4, 1989 | BOB WOLF
Being an assistant football coach is a lot like throwing dice. If the right numbers come up, you get a shot at a head coaching job. Otherwise, you either continue in anonymity or find another line of work. Take the case of Buddy Ryan, the cocky character who will send his Philadelphia Eagles against the Chargers Sunday at San Diego Jack Murphy Stadium. If it hadn't been for just the right sequence of events, Ryan might still be an assistant somewhere in the National Football League.
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