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James Greenidge, 54, a fan who made sports his career

By Tom Long
Globe Staff / January 14, 2004

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James Greenidge was a sportsman who took public relations seriously. When the New England Patriots beat the Raiders on Jan. 3, 1986, Patriots general manager Patrick Sullivan celebrated the impending playoff victory a little too loudly and Raiders lineman Howie Long took offense. When the two met on the field after the game, words were exchanged and Raiders linebacker Matt ... (Full Article: 682 Words)

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