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November 16, 1987 | Edited by Gay Flood
MIXED REVIEWS (CONT.)Ron Mix (So Little Gain for the Pain, Oct. 19) makes a strong case for sympathizing with the NFL players' strike because of the physical and mental abuse the players get from fat-cat management....
November 09, 1987 | Edited by Gay Flood
MIXED REVIEWS Ron Mix's clear and eloquent arguments on behalf of the professional football player (So Little Gain for the Pain, Oct. 19) should strike a sympathetic chord in anyone who works hard for a living. I am...
August 03, 1981 | Paul Zimmerman
Two dozen NFL old-timers were asked to name their candidates for "best ever" offensive linemen, and these are the ones that kept coming up, the products of serious reflection as well as fleeting memories—a perfect...
September 18, 1972 | Morton Sharnik
It is the week of the Big Game and some of the players, conduits to the head coach—which means they are close to the boss—are exhorting the unchosen. Black studs as well as white dudes—Field Hands and Animals, The...
September 18, 1972
He is Robert Stanford Brown, 6'5", 280 pounds, B.S., Nebraska, M.E.A., Pennsylvania, O.T., Oakland. According to Raider teammate Ron Mix, offensive tackle is the most thankless position in all of sport. It is also...