May 04, 2009 | Joe Lemire
More draftees insure their NFL careers before they start
January 08, 1990 | Edited by Craig Neff
•Martina Navratilova, noted tennis southpaw, explaining why she never insured her left arm with Lloyd's of London: "They wanted an arm and a leg."
April 15, 1985 | Edited By Franz Lidz
•Rocky Bridges, San Francisco Giants coach, on the team's new shortstop Jose Gonzalez, who recently changed his last name to Uribe: "Jose was truly the player to be named later in the trade."
August 03, 1981 | Edited by Jerry Kirshenbaum
•David Larner, a spokesman for Lloyd's of London, which underwrote most of the $50 million strike insurance purchased by the major league owners: "Baseball? Rather like rounders, isn't it? Never saw the game myself....
July 29, 1974 | Edited by Sarah Pileggi
•Alex Hawkins, WFL telecaster, after learning that ABC-TV will use head coaches as analysts on NCAA games this fall: "Coaches think the game's complicated, but it isn't. Either a play works or it doesn't. I'd rather...