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Rams Hoping He Can Do It Again Andrews Is Back in Camp After Second Knee Injury
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Los Angeles Times (pre-1997 Fulltext) - Los Angeles, Calif.
Author: Lowery, Steve
Date: Jul 30, 1986
Start Page: 4
Section: Sports; 3; Sports Desk
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[George Andrews], a seven-year veteran and a four-year starter for the Rams at right linebacker, was attempting a quick maneuver around a New England Patriot blocker in the final exhibition game of 1985. As he moved, untouched by defenders, Andrews planted his right foot and felt his cleats catch in the turf. "I felt my knee explode," he said.

So Andrews is back in another Ram training camp. But for the first time in three years, his is not the first name listed at right linebacker on the Rams' depth chart. That position belongs to Mike Wilcher, who didn't so much fill in for Andrews as take over. Wilcher had a great season, leading the Rams in sacks with 12 1/2.

don't cry for George Andrews. An academic All-American who graduated with a degree in business, he has taken four of the six required tests to become a certified financial planner. It seems that even in his very uncertain position, Andrews has managed to prepare.

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