Tim Wrightman
Tim Wrightman
Timothy Jon "Tim" Wrightman is a former professional American football tight end. He played for two seasons for the Chicago Bears of the National Football League. Wrightman played college football at UCLA and was drafted in the 3rd round by the Chicago Bears in the 1982 NFL draft. But a contract dispute with the Bears led him to sign with the Chicago Blitz of the United State Football League.
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Listen: Favorite Songs of the Brighton Police Chief
Brighton Patch - over 4 years
Brighton Patch is continuing its new feature using Spotify playlists. We'll be asking prominent people in the community what songs they listen to when rocking out. Look for a new playlist every Thursday. This week, Patch got Brighton Police Chief Tom Wightman to share some of his favorite songs right now. Did you know the chief was a classical music fan? We didn't! To listen, you have to be a Spotify user, but don't worry, signing up is free, but you have to have a Facebook account. Check out a previous week's playlist from Brighton Fire Chief Mike O'Brian. Who else do you want to hear from?
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SPORTS PEOPLE; Bears Release 2
NYTimes - almost 29 years
LEAD: The Chicago Bears have released a former All-Pro safety, Todd Bell, and a tight end, Tim Wrightman, a member of the 1986 Super Bowl champions. Bell, a six-year veteran, was waived. He earned All-Pro honors in 1984, sat out the Super Bowl season because of a contract dispute and has seen only part-time duty two years. The Chicago Bears have
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Transactions
NYTimes - almost 29 years
LEAD: BASEBALL AMERICAN LEAGUE - Upheld the two-game suspension of Mitch Williams, Texas Rangers pitcher, for fighting. BALTIMORE (AL) - Released Scott McGregor, pitcher. Recalled Jay Tibbs, pitcher, from Rochester of the International League. Placed Bill Scherrer, pitcher, on waivers for assignment to Rochester. BASEBALL AMERICAN LEAGUE - Upheld
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NYTimes - over 29 years
LEAD: BASEBALL BALTIMORE (AL) - Activated Scott McGregor and Tony Arnold, pitchers, from 15-day disabled list. Recalled Carl Nichols, outfielder; Mike Kinnunen, pitcher, and Rene Gonzales, infielder, from Rochester of the International League. BASEBALL BALTIMORE (AL) - Activated Scott McGregor and Tony Arnold, pitchers, from 15-day disabled list.
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PRO FOOTBALL; STEELERS SWAMPED BY BEARS, 50-14
NYTimes - over 29 years
LEAD: Mike Tomczak threw for two touchdowns in the first half tonight as the Chicago Bears rolled to a 50-14 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers in a National Football League preseason game. Mike Tomczak threw for two touchdowns in the first half tonight as the Chicago Bears rolled to a 50-14 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers in a National
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Transactions
NYTimes - over 30 years
BASEBALL CHICAGO (NL) - Sent Steve Engel, pitcher, to Houston to complete deal for Jerry Mumphrey, outfielder. SAN FRANCISCO (NL) - Activated Will Clark, first baseman, from the 15-day disabled list; placed Mike Krukow, pitcher, on the 15-day list. TORONTO (AL) - Placed Cliff Johnson, designated hitter, on 15-day disabled list retroactive to July
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SPORTS WORLD SPECIALS; Humor Off the Field
NYTimes - over 30 years
The house was packed, and Tim Wrightman, tight end of the Super Bowl champion Chicago Bears, had his game face on. He went out there, a little tardy, and milked the silence. Finally he said: ''I'm sorry I'm late. You all know Coach Ditka had his driver's license suspended. Well, it's my week to drive him around.'' Chuckles filled the banquet room.
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SUPER BOWL XX; WELCOME TO THE HOOPLA BOWL
NYTimes - about 31 years
''This is show biz,'' Raymond Berry, the coach of the New England Patriots, said from behind a lectern today, looking out over a sea of reporters here to cover Super Bowl XX. ''I just had no idea how much show biz it was until I came down here.'' Indeed, Super Bowl XX, in which the Patriots will play the Chicago Bears Sunday, has taken on a certain
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SCOUTING REPORTS; BEARS LOOK TRULY SUPER
NYTimes - about 31 years
The following scouting reports were compiled by Dick Verneil, the former head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles. He was assisted by Williaim N. Wallace of The New York Times. The statistical analysis was supplied by the Bud Goode Sports Computer service of Studio City, Calif. Goode's clients in the National Football League this season included both
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