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New York native, junior at Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism, Media, Integrated Marketing Communications.
As a featured columnist, my work has turned up on sites like Forbes.com, USAToday.com, LATimes.com, DallasMorningNews.com and HuffingtonPost.com.
From May 2012 through August, I was part of B/R's sportswriting internship program.
In August, I earned my first paid position at Bleacher Report. I was the New York Giants' gameday correspondent for the 2012 season.
I'm also a beat writer for Purple Wildcats (a FOX Sports Next syndicate from Scout.com) and a contributor to HipHopDX, TD Daily and KevinNottingham.com. I'm a freelancer for Liberty Mutual's Coach of the Year award in college football. I was an intern at a Manhattan startup called PolicyMic for the summer of 2013.
Follow me on Twitter @GoldsteinNU.
From a Lonsman your Giants article wasn't very good. I suggest you learn about what schemes the Giants use and what type of players fit. It's as though you read other people's stuff and just used that. Instead you should be breaking film down of those players and seeing if they fit the Giants. Any knowledgeable football person would see the obvious.
Just wanted to say I really appreciated the mention of my Jake Long story in yours. Nice job with your FA odds story as well.
Excuse me Steven, but as a journalist you need to be objective and state the facts. You talk about Victor Cruz and his 250 yards in two games in your article about advantages the Giants have over other teams in the NFC east. What about Hakeem Nicks and his 250 yards and a touchdown? And the fact that Hakeem Nicks is the elite WR that no other team in the NFC east has because even Victor Cruz is not elite and does not have the intangibles that Nicks has.
I'd love to talk to you about an opportunity to write for my website. Any chance you can provide me with some contact info?
Best, and look forward to hearing from you.
Hey Steven, I became a Giants FC a couple of months ago and am trying to get a feel for BR and the staffers here, wondering how things work and so on. I have two questions for you if you would not mind answering them? 1.) How long have you been a FC? 2.) Have you been paid to cover any events for BR? Just curious, thanks. - Lou