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  • Steinberg: Manziel should go No. 1

    The final phase of NFL scouting has begun. Many of the teams are now flying prospects to their complexes to get a closer look. The collegiate career, All-Star games, scouting combine, and on-campus pro scouting days are all complete. This final phase...
  • Steinberg: Joe Roth documentary will inspire you

    Sunday will be emotional for Cal Berkeley alumni, fans, and anyone who knew the late Cal quarterback, Joe Roth. "Don't Quit: The Joe Roth Story" will debut at the Newport Beach Film Festival at the Regency Lido Theatre at 2 p.m. It is a film filled with...
  • Steinberg: Te'o's fate unpredictable

    It was a love story for the ages, and America was transfixed. Superstar Notre Dame linebacker Manti Te'o meets a beautiful Stanford coed after a game there and over the succeeding years they fall in love. There are reports of her visiting his family...
  • Steinberg: The lying needs to stop

    There was a time, not so long ago, when members of the athletic community were viewed as pillars of honesty and integrity. The public gave them trust ratings much higher than those of elected representatives (not surprising) and even physicians. Those...
  • Steinberg: Being a sports agent today

    Traditional agentry has too often been lampoonish, cartoonish, greedy and destructive to clients and sports itself. Some of the basic concepts, which are slavishly adhered to, are just wrong. The battle in sports ought not be labor versus management....
  • Steinberg: NFL still at the top

    I spent last week in Washington D.C. and the area is ablaze with Redskin mania. Every cab driver, shopkeeper and person I encountered is in a state of excitement about the prospects of the team. Robert Griffin III could be elected mayor in a landslide....
  • Steinberg: Injuries galore in NFL

    Every year at this time the casualty reports from NFL training camps are filled with carnage. So far, Ravens tight end Dennis Pitta, Eagles wide receiver Jeremy Maclin, Jets defensive back Aaron Berry, Dolphins wide receiver Armon Binns and Broncos...
  • Steinberg: NCAA system needs change

    When Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel became the first freshman in history to win the coveted Heisman Trophy in December, his mythic season should have faded to black. In the movies, the next scene would have had him charging onto the field for...
  • Steinberg: NCAA might be to blame

    The lawsuit by former NFL players against the league claiming lack of warnings to players about the dangers, and alleging studies showing damage were covered up, has generated massive public focus. There is a lawsuit in its early stages brought by...
  • Steinberg: NFL concussion settlement offers hope for reform

    Earlier today, Senior U.S. District Judge Anita Brody announced in Philadelphia that the NFL and 4,500 former players had reached a settlement in the lawsuit accusing the NFL of not warning players of the risk and suppressing studies that showed damage to...
  • Steinberg: Young guns step up

    There has been a massive influx of young starting quarterbacks into the NFL over the past three seasons. The 2011 NFL Draft produced six starters, 2012 produced five (with Nick Foles almost making it six) and 2013 has produced two. This means that 13...
  • Breakers pull away from Uni

    Breakers pull away from Uni
    There was plenty of buzz surrounding University High's first home game of the season on Sept. 12, but Laguna Beach Coach Corey Brown only made passing reference of it to his football team. "I mentioned to it them briefly, but that was it," he said. "I...