Jim Youngblood
American football player
Jim Youngblood
Jimmy Lee Youngblood is a former American football linebacker in the National Football League for the Los Angeles Rams and Washington Redskins. He played college football at Tennessee Tech and was drafted in the second round of the 1973 NFL Draft.
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The Biggest Threat To Your Fantasy Draft - The Post Game (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
To be clear, it's not like I had Henry Ellard, Jim Youngblood, Fred Dryer and Cullen Bryant stuffed in a duffel bag. I traveled to Vegas for a fantasy draft and returned with four different Rams on my 16-man roster. Not the ideal ratio, but I'll find a
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Youngblood highlights list of speakers at TD Club - Spartanburg Herald Journal
Google News - over 5 years
Union native Jim Youngblood, right, who played 12 seasons in the NFL, will be the guest speaker at the Spartanburg Touchdown Club meeting on Nov. 11 at the Golden Corral in Spartanburg. By KEVIN MELTON Former Los Angeles Rams linebacker Jim Youngblood
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Family-owned pharmacy closes in Alton - Alton Telegraph
Google News - almost 6 years
"It is with excitement, sadness and careful consideration that I must tell you that Beltline Family Pharmacy is merging with CVS Pharmacy, 2422 College Ave.," says a letter from owner Jim Youngblood that is posted on a window next to the locked front
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Gordo to open new grill - Cincinnati.com
Google News - almost 6 years
Gordo's Pub and Grill will open in the former Rib City space across the parking lot from Jungle Jim's, said Jim Youngblood, real estate manager for Jungle Jim's. "When I was looking for a place to expand to, I wanted to go somewhere not overly crowded
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Ray Oldham, 54, Super Bowl Winner in '79
NYTimes - over 11 years
Ray Oldham, a 10-year N.F.L. cornerback who won a Super Bowl ring with the 1978 Pittsburgh Steelers, died here Saturday while training for a bicycle ride. He was 54. His death was confirmed by Heritage Funeral Home. He went to Middle Tennessee State from 1969 through 1972 and was a runner-up to Jim Youngblood for Ohio Valley Conference defensive
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PRO FOOTBALL; Simms and Taylor Nominated
NYTimes - over 18 years
Quarterback Phil Simms and linebacker Lawrence Taylor, heroes from the Giants' two Super Bowl championship teams, were among the 76 nominees named yesterday for the Pro Football Hall of Fame's class of 1999. The hall in Canton, Ohio, also named Eric Dickerson, who owns the National Football League's single-season rushing mark of 2,105 yards when he
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Payton and Bradshaw Join Hall of Famers
NYTimes - over 20 years
A year after opening its new home, the College Football Hall of Fame in South Bend, Ind., let in its first class of small-college players. Fourteen former players and coaches from schools in National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I-AA, II, III and the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics were inducted yesterday, including
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Transactions
NYTimes - over 32 years
BASEBALL ATLANTA (NL) - Placed Rufino Linares, outfielder, on waivers. CINCINNATI (NL) - Sent Charlie Puleo and Curt Heidenreich, pitchers, to farm system. Called up Rob Murphy and Bob Buchanan, left-handed pitchers; Billy Hawley and Scott Terry, right- handed pitchers; Terry McGriff, catcher, and Kal Daniels, outfielder. LOS ANGELES (NL) -
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Transactions
NYTimes - over 32 years
Named Billy DeMars batting and third-base coach as replacement for Joe Sparks. MINNESOTA (AL) - Waived Al Williams, pitcher, for purpose of giving him unconditional release. Assigned Lenny Faedo, shortstop, and Gerry Lamastro, outfielder, to Toledo of the International League. Brought up Stanley Holmes, outfielder, Steve Lombardozzi, shortstop, and
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VAN PELT IS STILL WONDERING
NYTimes - over 32 years
It has been more than two months since Brad Van Pelt's life turned upside down. After 11 seasons as an outside linebacker for the Giants, he had wanted to be traded to the Detroit Lions or a team in Florida or California. Instead, he was sent to the Minnesota Vikings. Being traded to a new team, however, is not the same as reporting to the new
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A FUNDAMENTAL DIFFERENCE
NYTimes - over 32 years
These are not the best of times around Washington. In many sections, the normal cheeriness of late summer has given way to sullenness and suspicions. And why? High interest rates? Trouble in Central America? Traffic in Georgetown? No, no and no. The Redskins are 0-2. ''We're struggling,'' Coach Joe Gibbs said today, a statement that brings shudders
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CONFERENCE PREVIEWS; A SEASON WITH LESS DANCING AND A FEW NEW PARTNERS
NYTimes - over 32 years
There will be more running, less dancing. Salaries are going up; drug abuse, apparently, is going down. The playoff guest list should have a new look and so should the record book, where Jim Brown's name is listed. And the Los Angeles Raiders, who won Super Bowl XVIII, seem to have the best chance to win Super Bowl XIX. The opening of a National
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HARRIS, UNCLAIMED, IS NOW FREE AGENT
NYTimes - over 32 years
Franco Harris, released Monday by the Pittsburgh Steelers, became a free agent today when he was not claimed by any National Football League team. The 34-year-old running back is thus officially unemployed and is free to make his own deal with any of the league's 28 teams. A 13-year veteran, Harris is just 363 yards short of Jim Brown's record for
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Raiders Defeat Rams by 37-31
NYTimes - about 34 years
Marcus Allen, who had run for many of his 46 touchdowns for the University of Southern California in the Los Angeles Coliseum, scored three more in that stadium today. These, however, were scored on behalf of the Los Angeles Raiders, and the last of them, an 11-yard run with 29 seconds left, beat the Los Angeles Rams, 37-31. Allen, who gained 93
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Jim Youngblood
    TWENTIES
  • 1976
    Age 25
    Youngblood played in the NFL for twelve seasons. He became the Rams' starting left-side linebacker during the 1976 season.
    More Details Hide Details Youngblood was part of one of the steadiest linebacking corps in the NFL, with Jack Reynolds in the middle and Isiah Robertson and Bob Brudzinski patrolling the right side. Youngblood had a nose for the football, recording 14 career interceptions and returning four touchdowns, two in the 1979 season. Youngbood's father was a standout semi-pro baseball player, and his mother was a star basketball player in high school in Jonesville. Contrary to common belief he is not related to former teammate and NFL Hall of Fame member Jack Youngblood.
  • 1971
    Age 20
    He made All-America teams at the college-division level in 1971 and was a First-team All-American in 1972.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1950
    Born
    Born on February 23, 1950.
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