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Sat, 05 Aug 2006 20:14:41 -0700
Darin Gantt, of the Rock Hill Herald, reports the St. Louis Rams might have an interest in free agent LB Mark Fields (Panthers), who is attempting a comeback.
Sat, 05 Aug 2006 20:12:24 -0700
Darin Gantt, of the Rock Hill Herald, reports the Jacksonville Jaguars might have an interest in free agent LB Mark Fields (Panthers), who is attempting a comeback.
Sat, 05 Aug 2006 20:12:11 -0700
Darin Gantt, of the Rock Hill Herald, reports free agent LB Mark Fields (Panthers) is looking to make a comeback and play again in the NFL. Thee 33-year-old Hodgkin's disease survivor has not played since the 2004 season, but is about to start auditioning for NFL teams.
Sat, 05 Aug 2006 20:06:29 -0700
Pat Yasinskas, of the Charlotte Observer, reports the Carolina Panthers are not likely to bring back free agent LB Mark Fields (Panthers).
Sat, 10 Jun 2006 06:49:10 -0700
Steve Reed, of the Gaston Gazette, reports Carolina Panthers LB Thomas Davis has received permission from former Panthers LB Mark Fields to wear No. 58. "Mark is still considered a Panther, and because of the respect we have for him around here, I wanted to make sure it was OK with him to wear his number," Davis said. "I think that I'll look a lot at what he did for motivation. If he was able to come back and play, there's no reason why I can't go out there and play hard everyday and keep my spot on the field."
Mon, 08 May 2006 11:38:55 -0700
Charles Chandler, of the Charlotte Observer, reports Carolina Panthers LB Thomas Davis has switched his number from No. 47 to No. 58 to signify his move from safety to linebacker. Davis didn't accept the new number before getting the blessing of the man who wore it last for the Carolina Panthers, LB Mark Fields. "We still consider Mark part of the team around here," said Davis, the Panthers' first-round pick in the 2005 draft. "So I had to go through him and ask him if it was OK for me to wear this jersey." Davis said he got much more comfortable by the end of last season and is excited about being a starter now. He has gotten bigger and stronger, increasing his weight from 227 to 235 pounds. Davis' role will be similar to what Fields use to do for the Panthers, said defensive coordinator Mike Trgovac.
Wed, 29 Mar 2006 18:06:45 -0800
Pat Yasinskas, of the Charlotte Observer, reports free agent LB Mark Fields (Panthers) will not likely return to the Carolina Panthers. Fields is doing well in his fight with Hodgkin's disease, but will not be ready for football for the 2006 season.
Sat, 25 Feb 2006 13:19:40 -0800
Stan Olson, of the Charlotte Observer, reports former Carolina Panthers LB Mark Fields (cancer) is recovering nicely from his latest bout with Hodgkin's disease. "He's doing excellent," said Jim Steiner, Fields' agent. "He just got some good news on some tests, and it seems to be cleared up. He's doing very well." Steiner said he talks to Panthers officials regularly but had not talked with general manager Marty Hurney at the NFL Combine yet.
Thu, 19 Jan 2006 20:19:36 -0800
The Associated Press reports former Carolina Panthers LB Mark Fields has hired a lawyer and plans to plead not guilty to charges he drove drunk last month in Arizona, his agent said Thursday, Jan. 19. Fields was cited on seven charges, including extreme drunken driving, speeding, unsafe lane usage and providing police officers with false information. Agent Jim Steiner said Fields will investigate the circumstances surrounding his arrest and determine an appropriate course of action.
Sat, 07 Jan 2006 17:35:45 -0800
Celeste Smith and Cleve Wootson, of the Charlotte Observer, report LB Mark Fields, formerly of the Carolina Panthers, faces criminal charges including driving under the influence after being arrested last month in Arizona. Fields was stopped Dec. 29, after a police officer who was part of a group DUI task force spotted him drifting out of his lane and driving 30 in a 25 mph zone, according to police Lt. Joe Ruet of the Gilbert Police Department. After stopping Fields, who police said smelled of alcohol and had slurred speech. Fields received seven criminal charges, including three charges related to DUI; speeding; unsafe lane usage; giving false information to police when asked if he had been drinking; and having an open liquor container within a vehicle. He was cited and released, and is scheduled to appear in Scottsdale Municipal Court Wednesday, Jan. 9.
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