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NFL | Daluiso Done

Sun, 16 Jun 2002 09:59:17 -0700

The Bergen Record's Vinny DiTrani reports PK Brad Daluiso has left the NFL for a carrer with Smith-Barney. After kicking for one game for the Oakland Raiders last season, the PK has decided he has had enough of the NFL. "It was good to kick that 44-yard field goal and see the ball go through the uprights one last time," he said of his game against the Jets.

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Raiders | Daluiso Gone

Wed, 09 Jan 2002 13:06:29 -0800

John Clayton reports for ESPN the Oakland Raiders cut PK Brad Daluiso. They plan to use PK Sebastian Janikowski in Saturday's playoff game against the Jets. Daluiso said he will retire from the NFL and work in a financial advising business in San Diego.

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Raiders | Jano Update

Fri, 04 Jan 2002 21:44:04 -0800

Steve Corkran reports for the Contra Costa Times Oakland Raiders PK Sebastian Janikowski (cellulitis) was released from the hospital Friday. Janikowski remains doubtful as he continues recovering from a skin infection on his left (kicking) foot. Coach Jon Gruden said it appears newly signed PK Brad Daluiso will handle all kicking duties Sunday.

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Raiders | More On Daluiso

Thu, 03 Jan 2002 20:02:11 -0800

Curtis Pashelka reports for the Contra Costa Times Oakland Raiders coach Jon Gruden said PK Sebastian Janikowski's skin infection was improving but he added newly signed PK Brad Daluiso likely will handle the place-kicking and kickoff duties on Sunday against the New York Jets. Daluiso said he was excited about joining the playoff-bound Raiders, even if his services are only required for a short time.

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Raiders | PK Added

Thu, 03 Jan 2002 19:37:26 -0800

Len Pasquarelli reports for ESPN.com the Oakland Raiders signed free agent PK Brad Daluiso as insurance against PK Sebastian Janikowski's (foot) injury. It is believed that Daluiso signed a one-year contract for the veteran minimum of $477,000, to be prorated over the number of games he is with the team.

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49ers | Kickers Work Out

Thu, 27 Dec 2001 18:12:30 -0800

SF49ers.com reports the San Francisco 49ers worked out free agent PKs Richie Anderson and Brad Daluiso on Thursday.

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Seahawks | Sticking with Lindell

Wed, 31 Oct 2001 14:26:53 -0800

Associated Press reports Seattle Seahawks head coach Mike Holmgren said he's sticking with PK Rian Lindell this weekend. As reported, the Seahawks worked out PKs Shayne Graham, Doug Brien and Brad Daluiso on Tuesday.

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Seahawks | Look At Three

Tue, 30 Oct 2001 20:57:16 -0800

The USA Today reports the Seattle Seahawks took a look at three place-kickers earlier today, Doug Brien, Brad Daluiso and Shayne Graham. Current PK Rian Lindell has struggled all season.

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Jets | Hall Returns On A Limited Basis

Fri, 12 Oct 2001 08:20:27 -0700

The Bergen Record reports New York Jets PK John Hall bothered by a lower back that stiffened on him during the Bills game, was back at practice in full uniform, and went through a limited workout. Special teams coach Mike Westhoff said the team could look at former Giants PK Brad Daluiso and ex-Saints PK Doug Brien if Hall can't kick this weekend.

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Giants | More Worried About Injuries Than Talent

Mon, 03 Sep 2001 08:30:16 -0700

The Bergen Record's Tara Sullivan reports as the season opener draws near, the New York Giants are more worried about their injury situation than they are about their talent. "I'm not concerned about the quality of this team. I'm very worried about the physical situation," GM Ernie Accorsi said Sunday. "This is a good football team as long as it stays healthy," Accorsi added. The team is basically the same as last season's Super Bowl team with a few exceptions, LB Brandon Short takes over for Ryan Phillips, DT Cornelius Griffin takes over for Christian Peter, DE Kenny Holmes replaces Cedric Jones, PK Morten Andersen replaces the Brad Daluiso/Jaret Holmes tandem, and P Rodney Williams replaces Brad Maynard. WR Ike Hilliard may be the biggest concern right now along with nagging injuries to WRs Amani Toomer and Joe Jurevicius.

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