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(NYC) Martina Navratilova's defeat of Sandra Cecchini and Jimmy Connors' victory over Thierry Tulasne at United States Open tennis reported; scenes shown courtesy CBS Sports. Ivan Lendl mentioned. Peter Persons reported defeated by Sam Randolph at United States Amateur Golf Championship; scenes shown. Southern 500 auto race noted won by Bill Elliott; Dale Earnhart mentioned, scenes shown. Bernie Kosar's decision to sign with Cleveland Browns football team featured; his career reviewed. Scenes shown. [Browns owner Art MODELL - notes importance of Kosar's decision for team and city.] [KOSAR - explains.] [Browns coach Marty SCHOTTENHEIMER - praises Kosar's presence.] Browns' record and fans' hopes for Kosar considered. Bobby Hebert's return to New Orleans Saints discussed. [HEBERT - explains decision.] Hebert's performance examined. Dieter Brock's decision to sign with Los Angeles Rams noted. [Rams coach John ROBINSON - comments.] [Player Henry ELLARD - praises Brock.] [BROCK - is cognizant of age factor.] Several NFL (National Football League) football players mentioned.
REPORTER: Al Trautwig
- Trautwig, Al
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