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Focus

LIFE IS A BALL HERE IN ADA

An Ohio town is a major pigskin provider

By Franz Lidz

On The Scene

THE ATHLETES WERE ON A ROLL IN NEW ORLEANS

The 10th National Veterans Wheelchair Games were a display of courage and skill

By Merrell Noden

Oakland A's

THE RICH GET RICHER

The Oakland A's sent a shudder through the league by landing Willie McGee and Harold Baines

By Steve Rushin

SEPTEMBER YANKEES

By Steve Wulf

NFL Preview 1990

THE FACE OF SWEEPING CHANGE

With Paul Tagliabue in the driver's seat, the NFL raced into the '90s

By Rick Telander

NOT SHORT ON TALENT

Small running backs made big gains in '89, a trend that will continue

By Peter King

A Small Back's Buddy

By Peter King

A LAMB AMONG LIONS

A gentle soul off the field, Barry Sanders runs up a storm for Detroit

By Austin Murphy

LIFE ON THE LINE

Observations from the men in the trenches

THE KING OF THE BLOCK

Anthony Munoz sets a standard for linemen on and off the field

By Jay Greenberg

RISKY BUSINESS

Several recent developments have made the job of building a roster and keeping the players happy a mind-boggling ordeal

By Peter King

NFC EAST division

By Paul Zimmerman

NFC CENTRAL division

By Paul Zimmerman

NFC WEST division

By Paul Zimmerman

LOOK, MA, GREAT HANDS!

L.A. receivers Flipper Anderson and Henry Ellard are mama's boys

By Richard Hoffer

AFC EAST division

By Paul Zimmerman

AFC CENTRAL division

By Paul Zimmerman

AFC WEST division

By Paul Zimmerman

KEEP IT ALL IN THE FAMILY

The Matthews brothers, Clay and Bruce, play and fight hard

By Jill Lieber

The Hand That Feeds Them

To Eddie DeBartolo Jr., the most generous owner in sports, nothing is too good for a San Francisco 49er.

By Rick Reilly

Inside

THE NFL

By Peter King

A Sad Sack Specialist

By Peter King

BASEBALL

By Tim Kurkjian

Update

HE'S PITCHING A DIFFERENT GAME

Sudden Sam McDowell is now a professional counselor

By Sonja Steptoe

Reporter-At-Large

AN AUSTRIAN NOT TO BE SCOFFED AT

The U.S. must be at its best to beat Horst Skoff and his Davis Cup mates in Vienna

By Franz Lidz

For The Record

A Roundup of the Week Aug. 27-Sept. 2

Compiled by Michael Jaffe

FACES IN THE CROWD

Point After

PASS THE POPCORN, PLEASE

Four-star plot lines NFL Films will never touch

By Rick Reilly

Departments

FROM THE PUBLISHER

By Donald J. Barr

Letters

SCORECARD

Edited by Craig Neff