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January 25, 2004

Editor's journey by Hal Donaldson: The earthquake game

Master of sack: Peter Boulware
Quarterbacks fear him. Teammates love him. Coaches admire him. And the fans adore him. So what? He isn’t playing for them or himself — in his heart and mind he’s playing for something much bigger.
BY KIRK NOONAN

Knocked down, but not out
Quarterback Mark Brunell took one of his hardest hits this season — being demoted to backup in favor of a promising rookie. But if you think Brunell has given up, you don’t know the motivation he has.
BY ERIC TIANSAY

Sobering truth
Jon Kitna is coming off an excellent season — life has never been better. But that has more to do with what has happened off the field than on it.
BY GAIL WOOD

Raylee Johnson: Ready for the field of life
In 1994 Johnson’s Chargers made it to the Super Bowl. But something even bigger and better happened that year.
BY ISAAC OLIVAREZ


Also in this issue

Conversation with Pat Summerall

Avocados and Disneyland: Debunking Super Bowl myths
If you believe every stat you hear about the Super Bowl, watch out. Someone might just be pulling a fast one on you.
BY JOHN W. KENNEDY

James Thrash: Complete surrender
He survived an abusive parent, resisted gangs and overcame obscurity to become one of the hardest-working players in the National Football League. Then he found a purpose for living — now he’s really ready to start working.
BY WILLIAM CAMPBELL


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