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Tue, 09 Feb 2010 13:45:07 -0800
Updating a previous report, Jason Reid, of The Washington Post, reports former NFL LB Bill Romanowski may not be the favorite for the Washington Redskins strength and conditioning coaching position, according to a source.
Tue, 09 Feb 2010 11:05:56 -0800
Jay Glazer, of FOXSports.com, reports the Washington Redskins have brought in former NFL LB Bill Romanowski to interview for the team's strength and conditioning coaching position, according to a source.
Fri, 09 Jan 2009 07:31:29 -0800
The Associated Press reports former Denver Broncos LB Bill Romanowski sent Broncos owner Pat Bowlen a lengthy PowerPoint presentation outlining why he feels he is the best candidate to be Denver's next head coach. "For Pat to do something like this, it would take him being a visionary, thinking outside the box," said Romanowski. "Him hiring me, it's a long shot. I understand that. I know that." The Broncos have interviewed seven candidates for the job and have not scheduled any further interviews.
Thu, 13 Oct 2005 17:53:14 -0700
The Associated Press reports former NFL LB Bill Romanowski used steroids and human growth hormone supplied by Victor Conte, according to Romanowski in an interview he did for CBS' "60 Minutes" television show. Romanowski said he took illegal steroids for a two-year period starting in 2001 and got them from Conte, the former head of the Bay Area Laboratory Co-Operative, which has been at the center of a steroids controversy in several sports.
Fri, 27 May 2005 14:22:49 -0700
CBS5.com, citing Bay City News, reports former NFL LB Bill Romanowski was able to settle his litigation involving a practice field punch that ended a former teammate's career, according to his attorney. Jeffrey Springer, Romanowski's lawyer, said Romanowski agreed to settle for $415,000, a lawsuit filed by former Oakland Raiders TE Marcus Williams over an incident at Raiders' facilities in Alameda on Aug. 24, 2003, in which Romanowski punched Williams in the face. Williams had been awarded $340,000 from a verdict back in March, but his lawyer was not happy and he filed a motion asking for more money or a new trial. After a short closed hearing in a judge's chambers Friday, May 27, Romanowski agreed to settle all the issues in the case, including legal costs, for just an additional $75,000, Springer said.
Wed, 18 May 2005 05:34:13 -0700
The San Francisco Chronicle reports former NFL LB Bill Romanowski spoke Tuesday, May 17 about taking steps to play at a physical and emotional peak through 16 NFL seasons. Those steps left him conflicted at times. Romanowski said his emotions got away from him during an interview with a Denver newspaper in which he detailed for the first time how he tailored his use of performance-enhancing substances to avoid detection in league-administered drug tests. Romanowski said he would use a product and when the league banned that product he would move on to something new. He added he got carried away and said things he should not have. Despite his history of illegal hits, enormous fines and often questionable behavior on and off the field, he will go down as one of the NFL's most durable and productive linebackers.
Sun, 15 May 2005 06:59:02 -0700
The Sacramento Bee reports former NFL LB Bill Romanowski has a new job these days as a movie actor. He landed a part as a prison guard in the new version of the 1974 classic "The Longest Yard." Apparently, filmmakers were attracted to Romanowski's aggressiveness and, to hear him tell it, they got what they wanted in some of the tackling scenes. He has also landed a role in the upcoming sports film called "Bench Warmers."
Wed, 23 Mar 2005 11:08:35 -0800
The Associated Press reports former Oakland Raiders TE Marcus Williams won his case against former teammate LB Bill Romanowski as a jury ordered Romanowski to pay Williams $340,000 in damages Tuesday, March 22, for injuring the tight end during a practice drill in 2003. Williams said the attack by Romanowski broke his left eye socket, shortened his memory, gave him double vision and depression, ultimately leading to the end of his brief career.
Tue, 01 Mar 2005 12:59:05 -0800
The Rocky Mountain News reports former Oakland Raiders LB Bill Romanowski was scheduled to appear in court Tuesday, March 1, as former teammate Marcus Williams charges Romanowski ended his career during a training camp altercation in 2003. Romanowski ripped off Williams' helmet and punched the second-year tight end in the face during a practice drill. Williams is seeking civil damages of $3.8 million for alleged battery, negligence and intentional infliction of emotional distress.
Sat, 29 Jan 2005 10:30:21 -0800
Rick Stroud, of the St. Petersburg Times, reports steroid use has become an issue in the $3.8 million lawsuit brought against former NFL LB Bill Romanowski for attacking former teammate Marcus Williams and ending his career. Romanowski, who has been implicated in the BALCO steroids scandal, punched Marcus Williams, then a teammate with the Oakland Raiders, in the left eye Aug. 24, 2003, during a fight on the practice field.
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