Larry Kinnebrew
American football player
Larry Kinnebrew
Larry D. Kinnebrew is a former professional American football player who was selected by the Cincinnati Bengals in the sixth round of the 1983 NFL Draft. A 6'1", 258 running back from Tennessee State University, Kinnebrew played in 7 NFL seasons from 1983-1987 with the Bengals and 1989-1990 with the Buffalo Bills. On October 28, 1984, Kinnebrew set a Bengals record by scoring four rushing touchdowns in a game against the Houston Oilers.
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Sandy Creek joins elite group with 30-game winning streak - Atlanta Journal Constitution (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
Key players: FB/LB Larry Kinnebrew, RB Greg Gordon, QB Sylvester Elkins. Streak-breaker: Coosa, 0-0, third game. Noteworthy: East Rome shut out 19 of its 32 victims, plus the team that broke the streak. The 1977 backfield of Kinnebrew,
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Training with the stars: Kids-and-Pros camp offers instructions from ex-NFL ... - Rome News Tribune
Google News - over 5 years
Former local standouts Ken Irvin, Larry Kinnebrew and Nate Hudson will also attend, among others. Kids and Pros is non- profit organization that strives to teach kids how to develop character and skills through athletics
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Barbecue again wafting from 1 Broad St. at Kinnebrew's - Rome News Tribune
Google News - over 5 years
by Staff Reports Larry Kinnebrew shows off one of his Bengal Dogs at his restaurant, Kinnebrew's, 1 Broad St. (Rome News-Tribune) The smell of hickory and slow-cooked pork is again emanating from 1 Broad St., thanks to Larry Kinnebrew
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The Top 10 Coldest games in Bills history - BuffaloBills.com
Google News - over 5 years
Fullback Larry Kinnebrew had a big day with 91 yards rushing and a touchdown, with Thurman Thomas and Kenny Davis combining for another 106 rushing yards and two scores en route to a 37-0 whitewash of the Jets. With the win Buffalo clinched the AFC
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ON PRO FOOTBALL; Dolphins Show Off Muscles
NYTimes - over 23 years
Theories abound on the American Football Conference-National Football Conference series, about why the N.F.C. has won the last nine Super Bowls, three of the last five Pro Bowls and has not lost in overall interdivision play in any season since 1988. Many answers can be found up front. In several instances, when A.F.C. teams meet N.F.C. teams, the
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Repeat Rape Trial For Kinnebrew
NYTimes - over 23 years
Larry Kinnebrew, a former running back for the Cincinnati Bengals and Buffalo Bills, faces a retrial Aug. 23 on a rape charge. A jury in Hamilton County Common Pleas Court deadlocked in deliberations June 8 at Kinnebrew's first trial, and Judge Ann Marie Tracey declared a mistrial. The judge met today with prosecutors and defense lawyers to
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ON PRO FOOTBALL; The Dolphin Defense No Laughing Matter
NYTimes - over 24 years
AN ugly pattern had occurred for the Miami Dolphins in nearly all of their 11 previous meetings with the Buffalo Bills before this season. Actually, it was a common thread whenever the Dolphins encountered a team with a massive and confident offensive line that was intent on shoving the Dolphins' defense backward. Buffalo had won 10 of those 11
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Jets Confront Bills With New Outlook
NYTimes - over 26 years
LEAD: The last time the Jets played the Buffalo Bills it was two days before Christmas and the 21,148 diehard fans who showed up last December in Giants Stadium made up the smallest home crowd for a nonreplacement game since Dec. 14, 1963, when the team still played in the Polo Grounds. The last time the Jets played the Buffalo Bills it was two
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Bills Are Bickering In Mid-Season Form
NYTimes - over 26 years
LEAD: Until they were bodyslammed and pinned by the Miami Dolphins, 30-7, on Sunday, the Buffalo Bills had the distinction of holding on to at least a piece of first place in the American Conference East for 33 straight weeks. Until they were bodyslammed and pinned by the Miami Dolphins, 30-7, on Sunday, the Buffalo Bills had the distinction of
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Seahawks Stun Bills As Krieg Connects
NYTimes - about 27 years
LEAD: Dave Krieg and John Williams combined on Seattle's longest play of the season, a 51-yard touchdown pass with 5 minutes 38 seconds left tonight, as the Seahawks edged the sputtering Buffalo Bills, 17-16. Dave Krieg and John Williams combined on Seattle's longest play of the season, a 51-yard touchdown pass with 5 minutes 38 seconds left
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Patriots Rally to Defeat Bills
NYTimes - over 27 years
LEAD: Maurice Hurst put New England ahead on a 16-yard interception return with 2 minutes 49 seconds left as the Patriots came from behind with 20 points in the last 8 minutes and beat the Buffalo Bills, 33-24, today. Maurice Hurst put New England ahead on a 16-yard interception return with 2 minutes 49 seconds left as the Patriots came from behind
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NOTEBOOK; Cowboys Cut Loose With a Sigh of Relief
NYTimes - over 27 years
LEAD: The emotion and relief evident in the Dallas Cowboys' locker room after their 13-3 victory over the Washington Redskins Sunday night was what one would expect from a team that had just done away with the ugly specter of a 0-16 season. The emotion and relief evident in the Dallas Cowboys' locker room after their 13-3 victory over the
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Packers Surprise Bears, 14-13
NYTimes - over 27 years
LEAD: Don Majkowski hit Sterling Sharpe with a 14-yard, fourth-down touchdown pass with 32 seconds left on a play reversed by a replay official and the Green Bay Packers beat the Chicago Bears, 14-13, today. Don Majkowski hit Sterling Sharpe with a 14-yard, fourth-down touchdown pass with 32 seconds left on a play reversed by a replay official and
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Bills Put Brake on Marino To Win
NYTimes - over 27 years
LEAD: This was supposed to be an afternoon where the tougher and vengeful Miami Dolphins staked their claim in the American Conference East race while proving they were a playoff-caliber team. The matchup against the Buffalo Bills would give Miami's defense a chance to show that its recent successes were not a fluke. This was supposed to be an
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Deals
NYTimes - over 27 years
LEAD: Baseball Baseball CHICAGO (AL) - Signed Ozzie Guillen, shortstop, to a multiyear contract. MONTREAL (NL) - Dismissed Ron Hansen, defensive instructor. Relieved Jackie Moore, third-base coach, and Rafael Landestoy, first-base coach, of their coaching duties and offered them different positions in the organization. Retained Larry Bearnarth,
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Transactions
NYTimes - about 28 years
LEAD: Baseball Baseball BALTIMORE (AL) - Agreed to terms with Joe Orsulak, outfielder, and Rick Schu, infielder, on one-year contracts. BOSTON (AL) - Agreed to terms with Mike Smithson, pitcher, on a one-year contract. CALIFORNIA (AL) - Signed Bob McClure, pitcher, to a one-year contract. Named Cookie Rojas advance scout. CHICAGO (AL) - Agreed to
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Transactions
NYTimes - about 28 years
LEAD: Baseball Baseball ATLANTA (NL) - Signed Lonnie Smith, outfielder, to a one-year contract. CALIFORNIA (AL) - Named Deron Johnson hitting instructor. CINCINNATI (NL) - Signed Herm Winningham, outfielder, to a one-year contract. MILWAUKEE (AL) - Signed Mike Young, outfielder, to a one-year contract. MINNESOTA (AL) - Signed Gene Larkin,
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Gaining Ground in the A.F.C.
NYTimes - about 28 years
LEAD: In a season dominated by more glamorous teammates who throw the ball, a pair of rookie running backs have helped transform their teams. In a season dominated by more glamorous teammates who throw the ball, a pair of rookie running backs have helped transform their teams. Both clubs, and both runners, are on national television today with
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N.F.L.; Colts Beat Dolphins As Dickerson Stars
NYTimes - over 29 years
LEAD: Eric Dickerson rushed for 154 yards and one touchdown, and Dean Biasucci kicked four field goals today as the Indianapolis Colts routed the Miami Dolphins, 40-21. Eric Dickerson rushed for 154 yards and one touchdown, and Dean Biasucci kicked four field goals today as the Indianapolis Colts routed the Miami Dolphins, 40-21. Miami had won 14
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N.F.L.; Broncos, Led by Elway, Rout Seahawks
NYTimes - over 29 years
LEAD: John Elway passed for 338 yards and four touchdowns, Rich Karlis kicked four field goals and Dennis Smith forced two third-quarter turnovers today as the Denver Broncos routed the Seattle Seahawks, 40-17. John Elway passed for 338 yards and four touchdowns, Rich Karlis kicked four field goals and Dennis Smith forced two third-quarter
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Larry Kinnebrew
    TWENTIES
  • 1985
    Age 24
    His best full season was 1985, when he gained 714 yards on 170 carries, scored 9 rushing touchdowns, and added 22 pass receptions.
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  • 1984
    Age 23
    On October 28, 1984, Kinnebrew set a Bengals record by scoring four rushing touchdowns in a game against the Houston Oilers.
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  • 1983
    Age 22
    A 6'1", 258 running back from Tennessee State University, Kinnebrew played in 7 NFL seasons from 1983-1987 with the Bengals and 1989-1990 with the Buffalo Bills.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1960
    Born
    Born on June 11, 1960.
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