Dave Dalby
American football player
Dave Dalby
David Merle Dalby was a former American football center.
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Community pub closure warning
The Gazette - almost 5 years
PUB bosses have claimed community-friendly bars in Blackpool are under serious threat of closure as alcohol prices continue to rise. Dave Daly, North West chairman of Licensees Unite, says the life expectancy of community pubs is becoming significantly shorter as taxation on beer increases. The Fylde coast has lost 12 pubs in three years and a recent survey conducted by the Real Ale Campaign group (CAMRA), revealed Lancashire’s pubs have been hardest hit. Blackpool’s The Bloomfield, The Windmill and The Royal have all closed down, while CAMRA’s report found that between September and March of last year, eight pubs closed every week in towns and four closed in the region’s rural areas. Mr Daly, owner of the Castle Drive pub, on Central Drive, said: “The pub closures were all iconic sites in the community. “There was a huge sense of loss and I think there should be an inquiry before any pub closes. The supermarkets are a major factor because if they sell alcohol cheaper people wil ...
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The ALMOST All-Time Oakland Raiders Offense - Gear Up For Sports (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
He spent his rookie year on the bench learning from veteran Pro Bowler Dave Dalby as the Raiders would end up winning Super Bowl XVIII. He played right guard the next year and started in the 10 games he played. He took over for Dalby in 1985 and would
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A Look at the Raiders Super Bowl Teams: 1983 Edition - Silver and Black Pride
Google News - over 5 years
The one holdover from the line was center Dave Dalby. The offensive line was solid, but it was not the brute force it had been in the past. It was in the playoffs where Marcus Allen really began to dominate. In three playoff games Allen had 486 yards
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Do the Raiders have a "Big three"? - Thoughts from the Dark Side
Google News - almost 6 years
The first 35 years of Raider football knew just three names at center: Jim Otto, Dave Dalby, and Don Mosebar. That is a role the Raiders need him to fill like few others. Richard Seymour - The outspoken leader of this team. He came over from a winning
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N.F.L. ROUNDUP; Damage Assessment For Bears
NYTimes - about 14 years
Bears Coach Dick Jauron faces the prospect of losing two more starters from his beaten-up team, including quarterback Jim Miller. Jauron performed a weekly ritual yesterday, going over the growing injury report of his 3-10 team. Miller was scheduled for an M.R.I. exam on his left knee yesterday; right guard Chris Villarrial was to be checked out
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N.F.L. CAMPS; Bills Trade Cribbs to 49ers
NYTimes - over 30 years
Joe Cribbs, the star running back who became expendable in Buffalo with the development of Greg Bell and the drafting of Ronnie Harmon, was traded by the Bills yesterday to the San Francisco 49ers. The deal, for undisclosed draft choices, came as National Football League teams scrambled to get their rosters down to the 60-player roster limit. The
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SCOUTING; Iron Men
NYTimes - about 31 years
A couple of veterans named Dave were on the job yet again over the weekend, extending their respective pro leagues' longest current streaks in consecutive games played. These are the leaders among active players in the National Basketball Association: Dave Corzine, Chicago446 Bill Laimbeer, Detroit422 James Donaldson, Dallas371 Eddie Johnson,
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N.F.L. DRAFT: 1985
NYTimes - almost 32 years
Teams are listed in first-round drafting order. Player named in bold face reflects possible first-round selection for all teams but the Seattle Seahawks and Washington Redskins, who have traded their first choices. Seattle has 12 picks over all and Washington has 11. The information in this chart has been compiled by Michael Janofsky of The New
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RAIDERS FACE A MAJOR REBUILDING JOB
NYTimes - about 32 years
Success in football doesn't always breed success. Nobody knew that better than the Los Angeles Raiders. The season after they won Super Bowl XV, they finished with a 7-9 record. And now, a season after they won Super Bowl XVIII, they have been eliminated from the playoffs, losers to the Seattle Seahawks by 13-7 in the American Conference wild-card
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THE RAIDERS Offense Receivers
NYTimes - about 33 years
21 Cliff Branch, wide receiver, 5 feet 11 inches, 170 pounds, 12th year. In previous game against the Redskins, he tied an N.F.L. record with a 99-yard touchdown pass play. 80 Malcolm Barnwell, wide receiver, 5-11, 185, 3d. Against Seattle two weeks ago, he caught 5 passes for 116 yards. 46 Todd Christensen, tight end, 6-3, 230, 5th. The Raiders'
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SCRAPPINESS DRIVES AN OLD RAIDER
NYTimes - about 33 years
While many of his teammates stood at the centers of news media attention in Tampa Stadium today, answering questions about Super Bowl XVIII, Dave Dalby stood off to the side, almost alone. It was symbolic, in a way. Two men have stood almost alone as centers for the Raiders - Los Angeles and Oakland varieties - since the birth of the franchise in
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SPORTS OF THE TIMES
NYTimes - about 33 years
An Old Rivalry Is Renewed They've been the Los Angeles Raiders for two seasons now, and many people still call them ''Oakland'' out of habit. But by any name the Raiders thrive on projecting their Hell's Angels image. And in their American Conference playoff game Sunday, the Raiders and the Pittsburgh Steelers will resume a rivalry that once
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John Elway Leaning Toward Football
NYTimes - almost 34 years
JOHN ELWAY, the quarterback outfielder from Stanford, is pretending to be running an option play with a football in his right hand, a baseball bat in his left hand. But judging by his tendencies toward football, he will be a rookie quarterback in the National Football League, not an outfielder in the Yankees' farm system. John Elway appears to have
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Raiders' Line Play Strategy A Key to Triumph
NYTimes - about 36 years
Stopwatch clockings taken in the press box at yesterday's Super Bowl game here showed that Jim Plunkett, the Oakland Raiders' quarterback, had from 3.2 to 3.7 seconds to analyze the Philadelphia defense, choose a receiver and launch his passes. Ron Jaworski, the Eagle quarterback, was throwing his passes much more quickly, within 1.7 to 2.7 seconds
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Dave Dalby
    FIFTIES
  • 2002
    Age 51
    Died in 2002.
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  • THIRTIES
  • 1986
    Age 35
    After his retirement, he was replaced as the starting center in 1986 by Don Mosebar.
    More Details Hide Details Dalby never missed a single game in 14 years. As reported by the Los Angeles Times, Dalby died in an accident 17 years after retiring from football, when his van hit a tree.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1977
    Age 26
    He was selected to the Pro Bowl once, after the 1977 season.
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  • 1975
    Age 24
    From 1975 to 1985 as the starting center, Dalby was a part of sterling offensive lines which culminated in 3 Raider Super Bowl victories: Super Bowl XI, Super Bowl XV, and Super Bowl XVIII.
    More Details Hide Details During that 1975-1985 window, the Raiders reached the playoffs 8 times (1975 to 1977, 1980, 1982 to 1985). Dalby played in that 1975 to 1985 span next to Hall-of-Famer Gene Upshaw, Curt Marsh, and Charley Hannah at left guard with George Buehler and Mickey Marvin at right guard.
  • 1974
    Age 23
    He replaced Hall-of-Famer Jim Otto as the starting center when the latter retired after the 1974 season, becoming only the second starting center in franchise history.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1950
    Born
    Born in 1950.
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