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Bledsoe Signs Seven-Year Deal Worth $42 Million

Bledsoe


Blades Freed On Bond Leaves Florida For Seahawks Camp; More Evidence Implicates Receiver

Brian Blades, left, enters the Broward (Fla.) County Jail on Wednesday along with his agent, Drew Rosenhaus. Photo by Associated Press


Sports People

Free agent Ray Ferraro, the New York Islanders’ leading scorer last season, joined the rival New York Rangers, signing a three-year, $4.8 million contract. … The Detroit Red Wings have …


Galloway Signs Five-Year, $7.9 Million Contract

Joey Galloway, the top draft choice of the Seahawks, agreed Wednesday to a five-year contract for a reported $7.9 million. Shawn Trell, one of Galloway’s agents, said the former Ohio …


Moon Hurts Wife, She Says Vikings Qb Downplays Incident, But Da Could Pursue Charges

1. Felicia and Warren Moon in happier times - after he signed rich deal with Vikings last year. Photo by Associated Press 2. Carter


Bush Appears Ready To Step Into Spotlight

Lewis Bush will take over the Chargers’ outside linebacker position left void because of the death of David Griggs. Photo by Associated Press


No Secret Why Seahawks Fans Staying Away

I was troubled by something in the paper the other day and, no, it wasn’t the lack of color in the TV grid. It seems that season ticket sales for …


Seahawks, 1st Pick Look To Close A Deal

First-round draft choice Joey Galloway tentatively agreed to a five-year, $7.91 million contract with the Seattle Seahawks on Tuesday. Final details are being worked out between the Seahawks and Galloway’s …


Emtman Sweepstakes Begins

Dan Wilkinson practices technique at Cincinnati Bengals camp. Photo by Associated Press


Ncaa Reduces Penalty

The NCAA reduced University of Maryland senior quarterback Scott Milanovich’s suspension for betting on college sports to four games from eight. The NCAA eligibility committee modified its decision after a …


Cowboys Courting Sanders

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has offered to let Deion Sanders play wide receiver as well as cornerback in his bid to sign the two-sport star. Jones said he has …


St. Louis Shows Its Spirit In Supporting Rams

NFL training camps The honeymoon officially began Monday for the St. Louis Rams, who got a police escort to their first training camp workout. Authorities were stopping traffic to let …


Hawks Cut Loose Hitchcock, Bryant

Rick Mirer and Seahawks open camp. Photo by Associated Press


Things Can Only Look Up In Seattle Seahawks Eager To Escape Falling Tiles, Other Misfortune

If the Seahawks are able to pull their heads above water after being submerged by off-the-field adversity, rookie tight end Christian Fauria from Colorado is expected to play a key …


Elway Won’t Quit, Quarterback Says

John Elway says he may need an artificial knee someday. The Denver Broncos quarterback also said reports of the end of his career are greatly exaggerated. Elway dismissed those stories, …


Hawks Say Blades Likely For Camp Erickson Confident, Hopeful Receiver Can Quickly Put Tragedy Behind Him

The Seattle Seahawks expect to have Brian Blades at their training camp, despite his involvement in the fatal shooting of his cousin at Blades’ Florida home last week. “I haven’t …


Miscellany

The NFL has postponed its meeting on the Raiders’ move to Oakland for a week, saying it needs more time to study the finances of the proposal. The league had …


New Kids Top Class Expansion Jacksonville, Carolina Display Guile; Seahawks Don’t Make Grade

Jacksonville is overrun by quarterbacks with the addition of former Husky Mark Brunell. Photo by Associated Press


Tacky Ticket Thieves Surrender To Police

Six months after stealing 262 Super Bowl tickets, a teenager and his alleged accomplice have turned themselves in to police. James Sabatino, 18, of Boynton Beach, and George LaGuerre, 26, …


Blades’ Brother Hurt In Frustration

Detroit Lions safety Bennie Blades underwent surgery on his right hand Wednesday for an injury his coach said he sustained in frustration upon learning of the shooting death of his …


Hawks Tab Green For Ring Of Honor

Jacob Green, a defensive end who played for the Seattle Seahawks for 12 seasons through 1991, will be the sixth inductee into the NFL team’s Ring of Honor. Team president …


Raiders Welcomed Home

After 13 years in Los Angeles, the Raiders are being heartily welcomed back to Oakland. The Alameda County Board of Supervisors voted 5-0 to approve the deal that would make …


Cowboys Sign Haley To Extension

Haley


Davis Gives State Of Raiders Address Brash Owner Lectures Bay Area Media, Takes Shots At Nfl, Arch-Rival 49ers

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Blades Only Witness In Gunshot Death Of Cousin Gun Apparently Belonged To Seahawks Star; Police Calling Death Accident For Now

Blades


Cheap Seats

Lasorda


Nau Qb Has Attention Of The Nfl

The book on Jeff Lewis is good. The question is whether enough NFL scouts have bothered to read it. The Cliff’s Notes are impressive enough. Vertical leap is 28 inches. …


Bowden Nears New Deal

Coach Bobby Bowden and Florida State University are close to reaching a $1 million deal that includes a proposed $50,000 bonus for winning a national championship. Bowden’s lawyer, Richard Davis, …


Moving, Vann Says, Great For The Raiders

Al Davis made a mistake 13 years ago, but appears to have taken the step to correct it this summer. Davis moved the Raiders from Oakland to Los Angeles in …


East Slips Past West In Classic East Contains Qb Brock Huard In 17-14 Win

Quarterback Phil Hazel, who earned MVP honors for the East, eludes the West’s Jeff Kimball during Friday night’s All-Star Summer Classic at Albi Stadium. Photo by Dan McComb/The Spokesman-Review