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August 27, 1993 | CHRIS FOSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Tim Lester is the Ram running back no one talks about. With all the injuries and potential in the Ram backfield--not to mention Cleveland Gary's holdout--who has time for a guy who has two healthy legs and is happy about his contract? So Lester just goes about his business, anonymously. "I prefer it like that, as long as the coaches notice me," Lester said. "You keep doing what you got to do and you get what you deserve. Eventually. Hopefully."
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August 27, 1993 | CHRIS FOSTER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Tim Lester is the Ram running back no one talks about. With all the injuries and potential in the Ram backfield--not to mention Cleveland Gary's holdout--who has time for a guy who has two healthy legs and is happy about his contract? So Lester just goes about his business, anonymously. "I prefer it like that, as long as the coaches notice me," Lester said. "You keep doing what you got to do and you get what you deserve. Eventually. Hopefully."
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July 14, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The Rams said third-round draft picks Todd Kinchen, a wide receiver, and Marc Boutte, a defensive tackle, had agreed to terms. Others reaching terms include safety Chris Crooms, a fifth-round pick; running back Joe Campbell, sixth round; tackle Darryl Ashmore, seventh; safety Rickey Jones, eighth; quarterback T.J. Rubley, ninth; running back Tim Lester, 10th; linebacker Brian Townsend, 11th; wide receiver Brian Thomas, 11th, and center Kelvin Harris, 12th.
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August 17, 1993 | T.J. SIMERS
Chuck Knox, always considered a man's man when it comes to football, now coaches a player who reports to practice wearing a large gold necklace. "He usually gets on the guys about wearing earrings," fullback Tim Lester said. "He never said anything about necklaces." Knox had nothing to say about Lester's jewelry Monday, but he had a lot of praise for his starting fullback.
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September 1, 1992 | TIM KAWAKAMI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Turning his back on exhibition performances, popular sentiment and the power-football philosophy he used to personify, Ram Coach Chuck Knox on Monday waived Marcus Dupree, the team's most impressive running back this summer. Dupree, who joined the Rams two years ago after an injury-caused five-year layoff from football, leaves the team as he seemed to be reaching a level close to what he enjoyed as a Mississippi high school legend.
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January 19, 1995 | T.J. SIMERS
The Rams signed quarterback Chris Miller last year to a three-year, $9-million contract, then benched him in favor of journeyman Chris Chandler. They said Wednesday that Miller would have to be considered the team's quarterback in 1995, but still announced they will making him available to Jacksonville and Charlotte in next month's expansion draft. Confused?
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September 1, 1991 | Associated Press
Jeff Brohm threw for two touchdowns and Ralph Dawkins rushed for 162 yards and a score as Louisville beat Division I-AA Eastern Kentucky, 24-14, on Saturday. Brohm passed to his brother Greg for a 20-yard scoring play in the third quarter as the Cardinals went ahead, 17-7. The Cardinals put the game away in the waning minutes of the fourth quarter when Dawkins carried on all 11 plays of a 45-yard touchdown drive after Tim McNamee's fumble on a punt snap.
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October 11, 2004
Hawaii quarterback Timmy Chang passed for 322 yards in a 48-26 win over Nevada Saturday night. It was the fourth straight game that Chang has passed for more than 300 yards in a game this season. A look at the NCAA career passing leaders: x-active *--* Name, School Years Att Cmp TDs Int Yds Ty Detmer, Brigham Young 1988-91 1,530 958 121 65 15,031 x-Timmy Chang, Hawaii 2000-04 1,993 1,180 90 68 14,179 Philip Rivers, N.C.
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March 13, 1994
Olympic skating stars, Rams football players and movie actors will challenge all comers to a pool tournament Monday night to raise money for St. Jude Medical Center. The event is sponsored by the Siglos Club, a support group for the medical center, and will be held at the new National Sports Grill from 6 to 9 p.m. All proceeds will be used to renovate St. Jude's intensive care and critical care units.
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August 6, 1992 | TIM KAWAKAMI
Running back Cleveland Gary is one of 11 Rams who didn't make the trip for tonight's exhibition opener at the Kingdome against the Seattle Seahawks. Gary missed practice for the second day Wednesday because of tenderness in his hamstring and joins cornerback Todd Lyght, No. 1 pick Sean Gilbert and receiver Henry Ellard as injured starters who will not suit up.
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