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  • Steinberg: NFL deserves a penalty for shameful handling of Ray Rice

    Steinberg: NFL deserves a penalty for shameful handling of Ray Rice
    The NFL has failed in its duty to serve as a shining example of on- and off-field behavior with the handling of Ray Rice allegedly knocking his wife unconscious and dragging her off an elevator earlier this year. Domestic violence is a massive...
  • Steinberg: Sports Tradex a bright idea

    The race to create new ways for fans to enjoy interacting with sports continues. It is evocative of the Oklahoma Land Rush, with innovators competing to create the next new niche that delivers an experience that is novel and fun. The 800-pound gorilla...
  • A Super Bowl party for Raelyn, a child with leukemia

    A Super Bowl party for Raelyn, a child with leukemia
    The Harbaugh brothers and Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis are popular stories leading up to Super Bowl XLVII. The stories are hardly important to Greg and Rebecca Beckler of Orange County. Their attention is on Raelyn Beckler, their toddler...
  • Virgen's View: Everyone wins at Super Bowl party for Raelyn

    Virgen's View: Everyone wins at Super Bowl party for Raelyn
    Greg Beckler simply smiled when his daughter, Raelyn, asked what colors the Baltimore Ravens wear. The 3-year-old didn't know much about the Ravens. But Beckler said Raelyn was excited when the Ravens held on for an emotional victory against the San...
  • 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...
  • Virgen's View: Athletes First gives back with charity

    Before Kenan Thompson ended his silly impression of Ray Lewis on Saturday Night Live before Super Bowl 47 the comic said what he would do if the Ravens beat the 49ers. He said he would go to the 50-yard line of the Superdome, kneel down and ascend...
  • Andre Reed, Chris McCalister, Anthony Miller headline charity golf event

    Andre Reed, Chris McCalister, Anthony Miller headline charity golf event
    Former NFL stars Andre Reed, Chris McCalister and Anthony Miller are among a handful of celebrity guests who are helping to lead the inaugural Dave & Buster's Charity Golf Classic to benefit Talk About Curing Autism. The event also features a charity...
  • Briefs: No. 2 Lions at home

    The Vanguard University women's soccer team, ranked No. 2 in the NAIA and coming off regular-season and tournament championships in the Golden State Athletic Conference, play host to Embry Riddle of Arizona in the opening round of the 32-team NAIA...
  • Seattle signs Holley

    Former Orange Coast College running back Ray Holley signed a free-agent contract with the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday. Holley, a second-team All-Western Athletic Conference performer who rushed for 740 yards and added 324 more yards on 34 receptions as...
  • 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...
  • Lobdell: When did pets become more important than humans?

    What should be the criminal penalty for angrily swinging an 8-pound puppy from the end of a leash like a lasso, then kicking the dog hard enough so it skids across asphalt, and then twice smacking the Chihuahua-dachshund mix across the face? OK, remember...
  • Baker a treat for Mesa

    Baker a treat for Mesa
    COSTA MESA — Oscar Reyes found the perfect Father's Day gift for his older brother and it did not cost him a cent. He is certain Ray, who is serving in the Navy, will find a lot of value in the item. Reyes can thank Costa Mesa High football coach...