Owen Pochman
Owen Pochman
Owen Pochman is a former National Football League punter and placekicker who played in the National Football League for the New York Giants (2001–2002) and the San Francisco 49ers (2003). Pochman is an alumnus of Brigham Young University.
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NYTimes - over 11 years
BASEBALL American League MLB--Upheld the six-game suspension of Boston LHP David Wells. BOSTON RED SOX--Claimed RHP Chad Harville off waivers from Houston. CHICAGO WHITE SOX--Activated OF Scott Podsednik from the 15-day DL. Recalled RHP Jeff Bajenaru from Charlotte of the IL. Optioned RHP Jon Adkins and OF Brian Anderson to Charlotte. CLEVELAND
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NYTimes - over 13 years
BASEBALL American League DETROIT -- Named Rick Sweet manager of Erie of the EL. Named Pete Incaviglia coach and Mike Caldwell pitching coach. MINNESOTA -- Declined the 2004 contract option on INF Chris Gomez. TORONTO -- Agreed to terms with OF Frank Catalanotto on a one-year contract. National League COLORADO -- Mutually declined the 2004 contract
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PRO FOOTBALL
NYTimes - over 13 years
CARDINALS 16, 49ERS 13 Tim Duncan missed three of five field-goal attempts in regulation, including a 50-yarder as the fourth quarter ended, but his 39-yarder in overtime gave Arizona its first victory over San Francisco in 10 years. San Francisco's Owen Pochman, who nearly lost his job after missing three field goals last week against Tampa Bay,
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PRO FOOTBALL; Rookie Kicker Helps Seattle Improve to 4-1
NYTimes - over 13 years
SEAHAWKS 20, 49ERS 19 The Seattle Seahawks are off to their best start in 17 years, thanks to a rookie kicker who ignored the pressure and an opportunistic defense that created pressure. Josh Brown kicked a 37-yard field goal with 3 minutes 3 seconds to play, lifting the Seahawks to a 20-19 victory over the San Francisco 49ers last night in
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PRO FOOTBALL; Conway Knows Path Of Itinerant Kicker
NYTimes - over 13 years
When Giants place-kicker Matt Bryant stood helplessly at midfield at halftime of last Sunday's game, waiting for a cart to carry him and his torn hamstring to the locker room, Brett Conway was not watching. He was in Chicago, visiting friends, trying to forget about football for a day. He was waiting for the Cubs-Braves game that evening. ''You
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PRO FOOTBALL; Bryant Out, So Giants Sign Conway
NYTimes - over 13 years
The question that went unasked at the Giants' kicker tryout on Tuesday was whether the five players vying to replace the injured Matt Bryant for three to four weeks really wanted to take the risk of playing on special teams for the Giants. Apparently Brett Conway is not the superstitious type. After the tryout, Conway signed with the Giants. He was
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PRO FOOTBALL; Shockey Goes on Offensive Again and Criticizes Fans
NYTimes - over 13 years
With one move, tight end Jeremy Shockey announced his return to the forefront of the Giants offense. He caught a 20-yard pass in Sunday's loss to the Dolphins, bounced up from the turf and danced into his signature, exaggerated first-down signal. In his distinctive way, Shockey has returned to his role as the Giants' lightning rod, tying his
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NYTimes - over 13 years
BASEBALL American League BOSTON RED SOX Acquired LHP Scott Sauerbeck and LHP Mike Gonzalez from the Pittsburgh Pirates for RHP Brandon Lyon and RHP Anastacio Martinez. NEW YORK YANKEES Acquired LHP Jesse Orosco from the San Diego Padres for a player to be named. OAKLAND ATHLETICS Agreed to terms with RHP Brad Sullivan. National League COLORADO
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NYTimes - over 13 years
BASEBALL American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES--Signed OF Jarod Rine. Recalled OF Larry Bigbie from Ottawa of the IL. CHICAGO WHITE SOX--Placed LHP Kelly Wunsch on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to June 12. Recalled INF-OF Willie Harris from Charlotte of the IL. CLEVELAND INDIANS--Agreed to terms with 1B Michael Aubrey and assigned him to Lake
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PRO FOOTBALL; Hilliard Returns, and Giants Hope He Can Stick Around
NYTimes - over 13 years
Ike Hilliard recites his surgical history matter-of-factly: 1997: Broken neck in Game 2 of his rookie season, which required fusion of two vertebrae. Season over. 2000: Torn ligament in right thumb. 2001: Badly sprained toe on right foot that required two operations to shave the bone. Missed training camp and first two games. 2002: Dislocated right
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Giants Ready To Sign Kicker
NYTimes - almost 14 years
Completing an off-season overhaul of special teams, the Giants have reached a tentative agreement with the veteran kicker Mike Hollis, and the deal will probably be completed later this week. The 30-year-old Hollis converted 25 of 33 field-goal attempts for Buffalo last season; his longest conversion was 54 yards. He completed all 40 of his
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PRO FOOTBALL: NOTEBOOK; Another Shift in Giants' Kicking Unit
NYTimes - about 14 years
The Giants' kicking units are like an improvisational comedic troupe, the characters changing constantly. Dan O'Leary, the long snapper, is out after tearing a thumb ligament, and Trey Junkin, a 41-year-old with 19 years of experience, is in just days before the playoff game Sunday against San Francisco. Junkin will become the fifth -- or is he the
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PRO FOOTBALL; Barber and Hilliard Deal With the Nuances of Injuries
NYTimes - over 14 years
The brainwashing occurs overnight, sometime after Tiki Barber goes to sleep. The ache in his hamstring all but disappears, and the sharp discomfort in his toe dissipates. No matter how much pain he has felt during the week, it is diminished on Sunday morning, Barber said. That is what he feels, anyway -- probably the trained response to game day.
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PRO FOOTBALL; Bryant Improves With Second Chance
NYTimes - over 14 years
Matt Bryant was cut by the Giants the day after their final exhibition game, on Aug. 30, and he went home to Texas and talked to friends and jet-skied and tried to ignore thoughts of a future without football. What he did not do was kick. He did not practice his leg swing, with his foot angled down at the ball the way a golfer tilts his club. He
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PRO FOOTBALL; Bryant Proves to Be a Surprise for the Giants
NYTimes - over 14 years
According to Matt Bryant, not much happens in his hometown, Bridge City, which is in the southeast corner of Texas. ''It has 7,000 or 8,000 people,'' he said after the Giants' practice today. ''Basically, it's water and bridges. I'm a small-town boy. This big-city setup here is pretty amazing to me.'' Bryant's pro football career is pretty amazing,
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PRO FOOTBALL; Special Teams Report: Not Bad
NYTimes - over 14 years
The Giants had so many problems with their special team last season that they dropped Fred von Appen, who coached those units, and hired Bruce Read, who specializes in special teams. Tonight, those special teams went into the season opener against the San Francisco 49ers with a place-kicker who had never kicked in a National Football League game, a
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PRO FOOTBALL; Giants Buy Some Time by Bringing Back Kicker
NYTimes - over 14 years
Owen Pochman grimaced as he slowly dropped to a knee during Giants practice today. For several seconds, he stared at the ground, probably sensing the decision Coach Jim Fassel would make a couple of hours later, probably frustrated by the missed opportunity. With little more than 48 hours before the Giants play the San Francisco 49ers, Pochman was
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Strahan and Giants Come Together on a New Deal
NYTimes - over 14 years
Many factors evolved during Michael Strahan's protracted and sometimes nasty six-month negotiations: his view of what was a fair offer, his relationship with his teammate Tiki Barber, and, most notably, the offer itself. What never changed was Strahan's desire to remain with the Giants. Strahan agreed to a seven-year, $46 million contract today --
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PRO FOOTBALL; Giants Make Their Final Cuts
NYTimes - over 14 years
Darnell Dinkins was at a McDonald's at a mall Saturday when his cellphone rang. Giants Coach Jim Fassel was calling to tell Dinkins he would be part of the roster when the Giants opened the season against visiting San Francisco on Thursday. Dinkins, who began training camp as a fourth-string quarterback, immediately dropped to his knees to pray.
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