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Patriots Get To Work On Signing Bledsoe New Contract Should Make Ex-Cougar Highest Paid In The Nfl

The New England Patriots have opened their campaign to get star quarterback Drew Bledsoe signed to a longterm contract that will keep the former Washington State star with the team …


Sapp Tests Positive

Warren Sapp, projected as a possible No. 1 pick in next month’s NFL draft, failed drug tests at the league’s scouting combine in February, ESPN and The New York Times …


Cowboys Keep Security For Aikman By Signing Novacek To Contract

Dallas quarterback Troy Aikman, who lost his deep threat when Alvin Harper left, kept his third-down, go-to guy in tight end Jay Novacek. A $1.8 million signing bonus pushed Novacek …


Dallas Loses Another

The Houston Oilers signed Dallas Cowboys freeagent center Mark Stepnoski to a four-year, $9.2 million deal that includes $5.5 million in guaranteed money. The Washington Redskins signed free-agent safety Stanley …


Porter Goes Home, Signs Three-Year Deal With New Orleans

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Tagliabue To Advise Against Rams Move; More To Come Monday

NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue plans to recommend that the league not approve the move of the Rams from Los Angeles to St. Louis, the Long Beach (Calif.) Press Telegram reported. …


Sharpe’s Situation A Lesson All Nfl Players Should Learn From

If there’s anything for players to gain from what happened to Sterling Sharpe, it’s this: The next time you negotiate a new contract, get as much money up front as …


More Nfl Changes: Stephens To Redskins, Small To Seahawks

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Anderson Flips Over $8.5 Million Contract With Indianapolis Colts

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Teammates, Friends Mourn Steinmetzer

Coaches, friends and teammates were having a difficult time Tuesday understanding the death of former Eastern Washington University star defensive tackle Craig Steinmetzer, who apparently committed suicide in his Streeter …


Ex-Vandal Friesz Visits Seahawks

Former University of Idaho and Coeur d’Alene High quarterback John Friesz headed to Seattle on Tuesday for interviews with Seahawks administrators. “I’m going to see how I fit into their …


Sports People

Americans John Roethlisberger and Kristy Powell won the men’s and women’s all-around titles at the American Cup gymnastics meet in Seattle… . David Traber struck out in the …


Press Conference Brings Brass, Media, But No Phil Simms

Phil Simms is not out of the broadcast booth yet. On a busy day of NFL transactions, the biggest name was Simms, who appeared ready to come out of retirement …


Jaguars Claw, Make Up

The Jacksonville Jaguars and Jaguar Cars Ltd. have settled a lawsuit filed by the automaker, which claimed the team’s name and original logo infringed upon its leaping-cat trademarks. Details of …


Kansas City Teammate Says Montana Will Quit

Safety David Whitmore, who came to the Kansas City Chiefs from San Francisco in the Joe Montana trade, said Monday he thinks the four-time Super Bowl winner is through. “He’s …


Sports People

The Denver Broncos signed defensive tackles James Jones and Michael Dean Perry, unrestricted free agents who played last season for the Cleveland Browns… . The Los Angeles Raiders …


Shell Hired

Art Shell, fired last month as coach of the Los Angeles Raiders, joined the Kansas City Chiefs, a team he has competed against for almost three decades. The Hall of …


Sports People

Doctors at the University of Washington Medical Center said that paralyzed Seattle Seahawks defensive tackle Mike Frier has regained very slight movement in his hands and feet… . …


Miscellany

A day after winning with the closest margin of the 1995 America’s Cup trials, Stars & Stripes left no doubt when it beat Young America by 1 minute, 33 seconds. …


Cowboys Sign Tolbert

The Dallas Cowboys made free agent Tony Tolbert the team’s highest-paid defensive player when they signed the end to a five-year, $15 million contract with a $4 million signing bonus. …


Collins Grabs Maxwell; Don’t Expect Changes To Throwing Motion

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Assistants Follow Brooks

Rich Brooks is taking two of his top Oregon assistant coaches to the NFL, and the new head coach of the Ducks fears more may be leaving. Oregon defensive coordinator …


Carolina Talent Hunt Bags Seattle Kicker Kasay Nfl Expansion Team Also Signs Giants Defensive Lineman Mike Fox

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Nfl News

Greg Landry has been named quarterbacks coach of the Detroit Lions, the team he once quarterbacked. Landry, 48, was offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at Illinois the past two years. …


Roby Signs With Bucs Tampa, Fla.

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers made Reggie Roby the NFL’s highest paid punter this weekend by signing him to a three-year contract for $1.965 million. Roby, who played last year with …


Kasay Getting His Foot In Carolina’s Door

Seattle placekicker John Kasay will visit with the Carolina Panthers on Monday as the team begins courting unrestricted free agents. Kasay, known as one of the league’s strongest and most …


Rison, Meggett Head List Of Unrestricted, High-Paid Free Agents

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Nfl Ignored Warning

A member of a leading head injury research laboratory charged that the NFL ignored his warnings that radio transistors could compromise helmet safety. The tiny electronic devices, part of the …


Rypien Released

One day after reserve quarterback Mark Rypien was ignored in the NFL expansion draft, the Cleveland Browns didn’t exercise his $5 million option. However, Cleveland said it would attempt to …


Sports People

Phoenix’s Danny Ainge was suspended for one game and fined $7,500 for slapping Portland’s Chris Dudley during an NBA game Wednesday… . Former NFL quarterback Roman Gabriel will …