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SPORTS
July 10, 1991
Tight end Zeke Mowatt, who was one of three players accused of sexually harassing sportswriter Lisa Olson in a locker room Sept. 17, was waived by the New England Patriots on Tuesday. Olson filed suit in April against Mowatt, Patroit owner Victor Kiam, former general manager Patrick Sullivan, former media services director James Oldham and two other players, Michael Timpson and Robert Perryman, involved in the incident.
SPORTS
September 3, 1991 | BOB OATES
In the early 1950s after the Rams had drafted Norm Van Brocklin, they found themselves with two No. 1 quarterbacks on a team that Bob Waterfield led to the NFL championship in 1945. What to do? The coach, Joe Stydahar, had no hand in drafting either man and didn't welcome the problem but came up with a solution: He alternated Waterfield and Van Brocklin--not by the game, which would have been novel enough, but by the quarter.
SPORTS
November 29, 1990
Michael Timpson denied any involvement in the sexual harassment of a female reporter in the New England Patriot locker room, and an attorney for Zeke Mowatt aid Wednesday the controversy is "far from over." NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue fined Mowatt $12,500 and Timpson and Robert Perryman $5,000 each in connection with the Sept. 17 incident involving Boston Herald reporter Lisa Olson. "Mr.
SPORTS
July 16, 1991 | Associated Press
Quarterback Don Majkowski, who led Green Bay to within one victory of the 1989 playoffs before a shoulder injury sidelined him last season, signed a one-year contract. The deal will pay Majkowski about $1.7 million in base salary and includes between $300,000 and $500,000 in incentives, agent Randy Vataha said. Majkowski, 27, hoping to put behind him the 1990 season marred by the injury and an extended contract holdout, said it was important to him to sign before training camp began.
SPORTS
September 3, 1991 | BOB OATES
In the early 1950s after the Rams had drafted Norm Van Brocklin, they found themselves with two No. 1 quarterbacks on a team that Bob Waterfield led to the NFL championship in 1945. What to do? The coach, Joe Stydahar, had no hand in drafting either man and didn't welcome the problem but came up with a solution: He alternated Waterfield and Van Brocklin--not by the game, which would have been novel enough, but by the quarter.
SPORTS
November 28, 1990 | BOB OATES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The National Football League fined the New England Patriots $72,500 Tuesday for sexual harassment of Boston Herald sportswriter Lisa Olson, penalizing the club $50,000 and three players a total of $22,500. Although he suspended no one, NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue said the players were guilty of harassing Olson Sept. 17 and that the club "appeared to condone the misconduct."
SPORTS
November 28, 1990 | MIKE DOWNEY
Crime doesn't pay, but criminals do. They pay. They pay money. That's how some of them pay for their sins. With money. That's how they buy their way out of trouble. With money. That's how they avoid getting off scot-free. They pay scot. And this is the way sinners, too, pay for their sins. With money. A little green paint covers everything. Nobody from the New England Patriots got suspended Tuesday over the female sportswriter incident. Nobody got hauled before a judge.
SPORTS
July 16, 1991 | Associated Press
Quarterback Don Majkowski, who led Green Bay to within one victory of the 1989 playoffs before a shoulder injury sidelined him last season, signed a one-year contract. The deal will pay Majkowski about $1.7 million in base salary and includes between $300,000 and $500,000 in incentives, agent Randy Vataha said. Majkowski, 27, hoping to put behind him the 1990 season marred by the injury and an extended contract holdout, said it was important to him to sign before training camp began.
SPORTS
July 10, 1991
Tight end Zeke Mowatt, who was one of three players accused of sexually harassing sportswriter Lisa Olson in a locker room Sept. 17, was waived by the New England Patriots on Tuesday. Olson filed suit in April against Mowatt, Patroit owner Victor Kiam, former general manager Patrick Sullivan, former media services director James Oldham and two other players, Michael Timpson and Robert Perryman, involved in the incident.
SPORTS
November 29, 1990
Michael Timpson denied any involvement in the sexual harassment of a female reporter in the New England Patriot locker room, and an attorney for Zeke Mowatt aid Wednesday the controversy is "far from over." NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue fined Mowatt $12,500 and Timpson and Robert Perryman $5,000 each in connection with the Sept. 17 incident involving Boston Herald reporter Lisa Olson. "Mr.
SPORTS
November 28, 1990 | BOB OATES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The National Football League fined the New England Patriots $72,500 Tuesday for sexual harassment of Boston Herald sportswriter Lisa Olson, penalizing the club $50,000 and three players a total of $22,500. Although he suspended no one, NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue said the players were guilty of harassing Olson Sept. 17 and that the club "appeared to condone the misconduct."
SPORTS
November 28, 1990 | MIKE DOWNEY
Crime doesn't pay, but criminals do. They pay. They pay money. That's how some of them pay for their sins. With money. That's how they buy their way out of trouble. With money. That's how they avoid getting off scot-free. They pay scot. And this is the way sinners, too, pay for their sins. With money. A little green paint covers everything. Nobody from the New England Patriots got suspended Tuesday over the female sportswriter incident. Nobody got hauled before a judge.
SPORTS
October 25, 1990 | Associated Press
Zeke Mowatt, who has spent the season on injured reserve and in hot water, was activated by the New England Patriots. His season begins Sunday against Buffalo, but it could end with a report on a locker-room incident in which Mowatt and three or four other Patriots allegedly sexually harassed a female reporter. Philip Heymann, a Harvard law professor named Oct. 1 to investigate the incident, is expected to issue his report by the end of the month.
SPORTS
September 27, 1990 | Associated Press
Zeke Mowatt, the New England Patriot tight end who a female reporter says sexually harassed her in the team's locker room, will meet with NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue next week to explain his actions. Tagliabue decided to summon Mowatt after speaking both to New England owner Victor Kiam and to Lisa Olson, the reporter for the Boston Herald who made the accusations. Tagliabue has the right to discipline Mowatt, either with a fine or suspension, or to reprimand him.
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