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  • Carnett: A Super Bowl game for the history books

    It was the first football game with the words "Super Bowl" emblazoned on the cover of its printed program. That game today is known as Super Bowl III. The game took place Jan. 12, 1969, in Miami's Orange Bowl. The previous two years the game's...
  • Irrelevant Week schedule pared

    Irrelevant Week schedule pared
    Irrelevant Week might want to change its name to "A Couple of Irrelevant Days" in Newport Beach. The event that celebrates the last player selected in the NFL Draft seems to get shorter every year. Don't blame the organizers, Paul Salata and his...
  • An agent, contract and Justice, it's all irrelevant

    An agent, contract and Justice, it's all irrelevant
    NEWPORT BEACH — Leigh Steinberg showed up to the Newport Beach Marriott Hotel & Spa to work on an NFL rookie contract on Thursday. He has negotiated these types of contracts with this NFL team before as a sports agent. His clients with the...
  • 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...
  • Mr. Irrelevant: Relevant pair of Colts

    Mr. Irrelevant: Relevant pair of Colts
    With the kickoff to the NFL season right around the corner, Paul Salata emailed us to update us on this year's Mr. Irrelevant. I figured the Indianapolis Colts had cut Justice Cunningham back in June during Irrelevant Week in Newport Beach. When I...
  • A happy 50th for Costa Mesa youth

    A happy 50th for Costa Mesa youth
    COSTA MESA — An 85-year-old man made his way down to the football field at Jim Scott Stadium on Saturday morning. Everyone involved with Costa Mesa Pop Warner seemed to know him. People referred to him as "Mr. Pop Warner." Ed Baume is his real...
  • 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...
  • Irrelevant Week names charity

    Irrelevant Week, Inc., which celebrates the last player chosen in the NFL Draft every year in Newport Beach, has named Special Olympics Southern California as this year's charitable recipient. "Through the power of sports, Special Olympics transforms...
  • Guess Mr. Irrelevant contest ends Wednesday

    Guess Mr. Irrelevant contest ends Wednesday
    Can you name who will be the last player chosen in this year's NFL Draft? Irrelevant Week is having a contest for fans interested in correctly guessing which player will be drafted last on the final day of the draft on Saturday in New York. The...
  • Irrelevant Justice

    Irrelevant Justice
    After countless of hours on TV, the NFL Draft ended as it usually does with the last pick, Mr. Irrelevant. During the three-day event, draft pundits talked about 253 players, their size, their skills and their potential impact. When it came to the 254th...
  • Steinberg: Peyton should retire

    Peyton Manning has been a dominant player in the NFL since 1998. He has led his team to a Super Bowl title, gone to multiple Pro Bowls, earned MVP honors and set multiple passing records. His critical importance to his team was highlighted in his absence...
  • The Crowd: A story about the American dream

    The Crowd: A story about the American dream
    Paul Salata is a living testament to the all-American ideal that hard work, perseverance and a bit of luck will pay off for any person living under the stars and stripes, regardless of race, creed, gender or national origin. "I made it from L.A. to...