Globe Subscribers For free access to the archives, log in here.

Over the next several weeks, The Boston Globe will be moving its archive search to a new provider as ProQuest ends its consumer archiver product. We think you'll like our new archive search features, and thanks so much for your support of the Globe!
Start a New Search
Buy Complete Document: AbstractAbstract Full Text Full Text
Sullivan resigns from Patriots Loss of power seen as his downfall
Boston Globe (pre-1997 Fulltext) - Boston, Mass.
Author: Dell'Apa, Frank
Date: Jan 30, 1991
Start Page: NOPGCIT
Abstract (Document Summary)

[Sam Jankovich] moved into Billy Sullivan's former office. But [Patrick Sullivan] was allowed to retain his office, the largest one at Patriot headquarters at Foxboro Stadium. Eventually, though, Sullivan's role

Sullivan's position became tenuous in the uproar that followed the locker-room incident. [Victor Kiam] said he intended to suspend Sullivan on Sept. 30, the day of the Patriots-New York Jets game, but was prevented from doing so by NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue.

During the first week of December, reports of Kiam's interest in Jankovich surfaced. Jankovich appeared prepared to sweep out Sullivan immediately upon reporting to Foxborough, but Sullivan retained his position by stating his case during a meeting with Jankovich and Kiam in New York.

Buy Complete Document: AbstractAbstract Full Text Full Text

Most Viewed Articles  (Updated Daily)

Search | Saved Search | Login | Tips | FAQ | Pricing | Account | Help | About | Terms