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December 28, 1992
1April fools' Day: NFL owners agree to pay back $28 million on then television contracts with the three major networks.
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December 28, 1992

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April fools' Day: NFL owners agree to pay back $28 million on then television contracts with the three major networks.

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Bob Jackson undergoes hip replacement surgery in Palos Hills, Ill.

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Two days after setting a world record of 3:46.47 in the 400-meter freestyle, swimmer Kieren Perkins of Australia sets another record, cutting almost two seconds off the old mark in the 1,500 free with a time of 14:48.40.

They Said It
Baltimore Oriole manager John Oates, on the spacious new clubhouse at Camden Yards: "I tried to call one of my coaches, and the operator told me I had to dial a 1 first."

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Atlanta Brave president Stan Kasten rejects a request by Native American groups that his team change its name.... In his only prep race for the Kentucky Derby 2-year-old champion Arazi buries a seven-horse five lengths in the Prix Omnium II near Paris.

They Said It
Outfielder George Bell, on phoning home after being traded from the Cubs to the White Sox: "I've got my nine-year-old on one extension and my 11-year-old on the other, and I'm trying to explain that I've just been traded from Chicago to Chicago."

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Former Wimbledon and U.S. Open champion Arthur Ashe reluctantly discloses that he has since 1988 that he was HIV positive and that he now has AIDS.

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Florida state attorney Bruce Colton cites a lack of evidence in announcing his decision not to prosecute three New York Mets for the alleged sexual assault of a New York City woman during 1991 spring training.

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Former world figures skating champion Midori Ito retires.

They Said It
Philadelphia Phillie catching prospect Michael Crouwel, who was acquired from the Dutch national team, when asked his new team's home city: "The only thing I know about it is that it's in News Jersey."

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