Citations with the tag: TAYLOR, Bobby

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  • Michael Irvin vs. Bobby Taylor.
    Eckel, Mark // Sporting News; 11/4/96, Vol. 220 Issue 45, p26 

    Compares Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Michael Irvin with Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Bobby Taylor. Previous matchups between the players.

  • Ball-hawking big man.
    Grotz, Bob // Football Digest; Dec96, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p64 

    Reports that Bobby Taylor of the Philadelphia Eagles football team has proven that size is no longer a secondary requirement for defensive backfields. Speed and skills on the field complimenting Taylor's defensive techniques; Instinct used by Taylor when attacking receivers.

  • Inside dish.
    Grotz, Bob // Sporting News; 11/02/98, Vol. 222 Issue 44, p25 

    Reports on issues about sports in the United States (US). Possibility that Dave Wannstedt will be retained as coach of the Chicago Bears football team; Reason Byron Boston will not see son David Boston play; Possible use of the franchise tag on Bobby Taylor by the Philadelphia Eagles during the...

  • WEEK 7 MATCHUP.
    The War Room // Sporting News; 10/21/2002, Vol. 226 Issue 42, p24 

    Focuses on the matchup between football players Keyshawn Johnson of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Bobby Taylor of the Philadelphia Eagles in the U.S. National Football League. Performance of the players; Playing styles; Role of the players in their respective teams.

  • The many faces of HIV/AIDS.
    Girodano, Scott A. // Bay Windows; 3/6/2003, Vol. 21 Issue 12, p3 

    Focuses on the experiences of several HIV and AIDS positive persons in dealing with their disease. Erik Finley; Bobby Taylor; Mark Baker.

  • OBITUARIES.
    Girodano, Scott A. // Graham Leader; 4/9/2014, Vol. 138 Issue 68, p6 

    Several obituaries for Graham residents is presented which includes Andrew Jack Sully Sullivan, quality inspector for Convair; Nell Karper, member of First Presbyterian Church and Bobbie Wayne Taylor, a veteran of the U.S. Air Force.

  • NFL INSIDE DISH.
    Pompei, Dan // Sporting News; 11/10/2003, Vol. 227 Issue 45, p47 

    The article presents information related to football. For two reasons, the team Philadelphia Eagles have been very pleased to see second-year player Lito Sheppard step up in the absence of injured Bobby Taylor. It's a rule that all players on a team must wear shoes of the same color, but the NFL...

  • Musician helps with legacy of first country album with gay themes.
    WASSERMAN, MELISSA // Windy City Times; 7/9/2014, Vol. 29 Issue 41, p17 

    The article focuses on the assistance of gay musician Bobby Taylor in reviving the album of country music with gay themes "Lavender Country" and his love for music as depicted in playing blues and harmonicas, as well as developing a musical partnership with Patrick Haggerty.

  • Philadelphia Eagles.
    Eckel, Mark // Sporting News; 04/20/98, Vol. 222 Issue 16, p58 

    Presents news on Philadelphia Eagles football team as of April 20, 1998. Optimism of tight end Jason Dunn for 1998; Information on the health condition of defense tackle Rhett Hall and cornerback Bobby Taylor.

  • 1 PHILADELPHIA EAGLES.
    Chadiha, Jeffri; Sabino, David // Sports Illustrated; 9/6/2004, Vol. 101 Issue 9, p128 

    This article previews the Philadelphia Eagles football team. Rookies know their place in the Eagles training camp lunchroom. Established veterans usually gather at the same few tables every day--no rookies allowed--and Sheldon Brown and Lito Sheppard remember what it was like to watch those...

  • Double Trouble.
    King, Peter // Sports Illustrated; 11/16/98, Vol. 89 Issue 20, p82 

    Presents news from the National Football League for November 16, 1998. The health of the two quarterbacks for the Minnesota Vikings, Randall Cunningham and Brad Johnson; The contract that the Philadelphia Eagles signed cornerback Bobby Taylor to; How teams are viewing college quarterback Cade...

  • PHILADELPHIA EAGLES.
    Eckel, Mark // Sporting News; 9/01/2003, Vol. 227 Issue 35, p37 

    This article presents information on the football team Philadelphia Eagles. Donovan McNabb came to training camp on a mission. The secondary is the best in the league, featuring Pro Bowl players in Troy Vincent and Bobby Taylor and Brian Dawkins and a first-year starter in Michael Lewis, who...

  • PHILADELPHIA EAGLES.
    Eckel, Mark // Sporting News; 2/16/2004, Vol. 228 Issue 7, p80 

    This article focuses on the football team Philadelphia Eagles. The team has two young cornerbacks ready if CBs Troy Vincent and Bobby Taylor leave as free agents, but neither Lito Sheppard nor Sheldon Brown has shown he can be a shutdown corner. Both players can run and have athletic ability,...

  • Fruitvale ISD swears in new school board member.
    Callaway, Wendi // Grand Saline Sun (TX); 5/22/2014, p1 

    The article announces selection of Michael Johnson and Jean Hogue as board member of the Fruitvale, Texas-based Fruitvale Independent School District during meeting of the school's board of trustees as of 22nd May, 2014 and also reports presentation of a plaque to its board member, Bobby Taylor.

  • PHILADELPHIA EAGLES.
    Eckel, Mark // Sporting News; 4/7/2003, Vol. 227 Issue 14, p57 

    Presents information about developments in the National Football League team Philadelphia Eagles.

  • PHILADELPHIA EAGLES.
    Eckel, Mark // Sporting News; 1/26/2004, Vol. 228 Issue 4, p45 

    This article focuses on the football team Philadelphia Eagles. The team hasn't drafted a linebacker in the first round since 1979, but that could change. The defense struggled against the run, and SLB Carlos Emmons is a free agent. DE Derrick Burgess and DT Mollis Thomas could be let go. Thomas...

  • PHILADELPHIA EAGLES.
    Eckel, Mark // Sporting News; 2/2/2004, Vol. 228 Issue 5, p42 

    This article analyses the performance of the football team Philadelphia Eagles. WR Terrell Owens wrote on his personal web site about his desire to join the Eagles and play with a QB such as Donovan McNabb. Owens, a big-play threat at receiver, is just what the offense needs. But Owens wants a...

  • PHILADELPHIA EAGLES.
    Eckel, Mark // Sporting News; 3/1/2004, Vol. 228 Issue 9, p34 

    The football team Philadelphia Eagles has close to $24 million in capital space. After tenders are made and about $3 million is put aside for draft picks, about $19 million will be left. It's doubtful Troy Vincent and Bobby Taylor will be back, but Lite Sheppard and Sheldon Brown are not ready...

  • SEATTLE SEAHAWKS.
    Farnsworth, Clare // Sporting News; 4/19/2004, Vol. 228 Issue 16, p54 

    Football team Seattle Seahawks coach Mike Holmgren and G.M. Bob Ferguson subscribe to the theory of taking the best available player and never reaching to fill a need, in football draft 2004. The team filled two holes by signing DE Grant Wistrom from Saint Louis Rams and CB Bobby Taylor from...

  • Draft foresight can lead to a view from the top.
    Pompei, Dan // Sporting News; 4/1/2005, Vol. 229 Issue 13, p68 

    The article reports on the National Football League. The Eagles have drafted for the future as well as any team in football. Before the 2002 draft, the team had negotiated with cornerbacks Troy Vincent and Bobby Taylor, whose contracts were up after the 2003 season, about signing contract...

  • Philadelphia Eagles.
    Eckel, Mark // Sporting News; 03/09/98, Vol. 222 Issue 10, p58 

    Provides information on the players of the football team Philadelphia Eagles. Free-agent cornerback Bobby Taylor; Lost of Darrin Smith and Jeff Herrod, both linebackers of Eagles; Guards on the free-agent markets.

  • PHILADELPHIA EAGLES.
    Eckel, Mark // Sporting News; 9/22/2003, Vol. 227 Issue 38, p51 

    This article presents information on the football team Philadelphia Eagles. It's clear that defenses have caught up to Andy Reid's West Coast offense. In two games, the Eagles have managed 10 points, and three came on a 57-yard field goal. Donovan McNabb seems out of sync with his receivers, who...

  • PHILADELPHIA EAGLES.
    Eckel, Mark // Sporting News; 3/8/2004, Vol. 228 Issue 10, p55 

    This article analyses the strengths and weaknesses of the football team Philadelphia Eagles. DE Derrick Burgess, who sat out the past two years with injuries, is not being counted on for 2004. One player to watch in minicamps is CB Rod Hood, who made the team as undrafted free agent last year....

  • SWEETWATER FOUNDER ACQUIRES ALL PRO SOUND.
    Eckel, Mark // Music Trades; Mar2011, Vol. 159 Issue 2, p44 

    The article reports on the acquisition of Sweetwater Sound Inc. owner Chuck Surack on the assets of Pensacola, Florida-based audio installer and retailer All Pro Sound Inc. According to Surack, the firms will work independently in accordance to supplier agreements. Bobby Taylor of All Pro assure...

  • Bobby Taylor Plays "Ragged Shirt" and Other Favorite Fiddle Tunes from West Virginia.
    THOMPSON, SUZY ROTHFIELD // Old-Time Herald; Mar2013, Vol. 13 Issue 5, p40 

    The article reviews the music release "Bobby Taylor Plays "Ragged Shirt" and Other Favorite Fiddle Tunes From West Virginia," by Bobby Taylor.

  • PHILADELPHIA EAGLES.
    Eckel, Mark // Sporting News; 12/8/2003, Vol. 227 Issue 49, p50 

    This article presents information on the football team Philadelphia Eagles. The team signed Nate Wayne to make big plays, and he has. Wayne's sack and forced fumble in last week's win over Carolina were his sixth and seventh big plays of the season. He has three sacks, three forced fumbles and...

  • Scouts' views.
    Eckel, Mark // Sporting News; 11/17/2003, Vol. 227 Issue 46, p36 

    This article presents developments related to football in the U.S. Michael Bennett brings more big-play potential to the Minnesota Vikings' offense. He gives them that ability to score from any point on the field, whether it's their own 2-yard line or the opponent's 40. That takes a little bit...

  • PHILADELPHIA EAGLES.
    Eckel, Mark // Sporting News; 12/15/2003, Vol. 227 Issue 50, p48 

    This article presents information on the football team Philadelphia Eagles. Sam Rayburn is the latest undrafted rookie to make an impact. Rayburn is giving the team between 20 and 25 snaps per game, and defensive coordinator Jim Johnson likes his size and toughness in holding up the middle of...

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