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April 11, 1991 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Washington tackle Steve Emtman, co-defensive player of the year in the Pacific 10 last season, has been charged in Seattle Municipal Court with hit-and-run driving. He is accused of running a red light and causing a five-car accident Oct. 28, then leaving the scene of the accident.
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December 1, 1997
The phone kept ringing at Steve Emtman's house, but he wasn't ready to answer. The first player chosen in the 1992 draft, Emtman couldn't decide whether to retire or simply sit out the season after he had been cut during training camp by the San Francisco 49ers, his third team in four years. He ignored several offers from teams to try out. Then the Redskins called, and he decided he was ready to come back.
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April 17, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Newsday reported that Washington defensive tackle Steve Emtman, who could be the top selection in the draft, has signed a separate agreement with Star Pics trading cards worth about $500,000. He is reported to be considering the $150,000 offer from NFL Properties.
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September 1, 1994 | BILL PLASCHKE, TIMES STAFF WRITER
The wildflower fields of Middle America are filled on this Saturday afternoon with the cries of the NFL's most tormented man. Surrounded on three sides by waist-high white daisies, soft and bending in a midsummer breeze, Steve Emtman's face grows hard. He stares straight ahead, not at the 100 yards of isolated grassy space, but at a stained gray T-shirt. It belongs to Tom Zupancic, the Indianapolis Colts' strength and conditioning coach. Emtman's chest is bare. Today they will wrestle.
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December 28, 1991 | JERRY CROWE
Defensive tackle Steve Emtman, Washington's Outland Trophy winner, has missed the last two days of practice because of flu, but Coach Don James says he is not concerned. "He's got plenty of time to get back his strength," James said after Friday's practice at Rams Park. "He could be sick all week, get out of bed and still play in the game. If anybody on our team can afford to miss practice, it's Steve Emtman."
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November 25, 1994 | Associated Press
Indianapolis Colts defensive lineman Steve Emtman has a herniated disk in his neck and will sit out the rest of the season. Ted Marchibroda said Thursday that Emtman will have surgery in the next week to 10 days, but will not return this year. Spokesman Craig Kelley would not elaborate on when the injury occurred. It is the third season-ending injury Emtman has suffered since the Colts made him the league's first pick out of Washington in 1992.
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January 21, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Steve Emtman, University of Washington defensive tackle, will forgo another college season and make himself available for the NFL draft, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer reported Monday. Emtman told friends that he will turn pro, the newspaper said, citing two sources who asked not to be identified. Emtman, 21, said Sunday that he had not made up his mind to leave the Huskies. Twice Pacific 10 Conference defensive player of the year, Emtman has until Feb.
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January 31, 1992 | Associated Press
Outland Trophy winner Steve Emtman has scheduled a news conference today to announce whether he is going to the NFL or staying for his senior season at the University of Washington. Emtman, a defensive tackle who helped lead the Huskies to a 12-0 record and a national co-championship, is expected to announce his intention to submit his name for April's NFL draft. The 6-foot-5, 290-pound Emtman was the nation's top lineman this past season.
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February 1, 1992 | Associated Press
Defensive tackle Steve Emtman said money isn't the main reason he decided to pass up his senior season at Washington to enter the NFL draft on April 26-27. "The main deciding factor was that of personal challenge," Emtman said Friday at a news conference at the school. "I feel I am at the top of my game at the collegiate level and want to challenge myself at a higher level.
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December 31, 1991 | JERRY CROWE
Defensive tackle Steve Emtman, Washington's Outland Trophy winner, looked good in his return to practice Monday, Coach Don James said, but his playing time in the Rose Bowl game might be limited. "I think he feels a lot better," James said of Emtman, who was not available for interviews. "I think he feels good about the fact that he is recovering. He looks a whole lot better than he has in the last week."
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August 17, 1994 | Associated Press
Defensive end Steve Emtman, the top pick of the 1992 draft, but out most of the past two years with separate knee injuries, passed a physical exam and was cleared to begin practice with Indianapolis. "It does not mean that he is ready to play by any means," Colts vice president of operations Bill Tobin said. "We have taken the rehabilitation and conditioning as far as we can and now it is on to more strenuous activity."
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April 26, 1992 | TIM KAWAKAMI, TIMES STAFF WRITER
In the final hours leading up to this morning's start of the NFL draft, Chuck Knox was sitting in the catbird seat, brushing off generous trade offers and holding the third pick in what the Rams' coach says is a three-superstar draft. "It's a tremendous place to be," Knox said with a smile Saturday, hours before the first draft of his second tenure with the Rams. At No.
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April 21, 1992 | From Staff and Wire Reports
The Indianapolis Colts probably will keep the first two choices in Sunday's NFL draft and use them to select tackle Steve Emtman of Washington and another defensive player, General Manager Jim Irsay said. He added that plans to meet with Emtman's agent this week in hopes of signing the 6-foot-4, 290-pound winner of the Outland Trophy and the Lombardi Award before the draft.
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February 1, 1992 | Associated Press
Defensive tackle Steve Emtman said money isn't the main reason he decided to pass up his senior season at Washington to enter the NFL draft on April 26-27. "The main deciding factor was that of personal challenge," Emtman said Friday at a news conference at the school. "I feel I am at the top of my game at the collegiate level and want to challenge myself at a higher level.
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