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Eric Steinbach      Illinois Wikipedia Hawkeye Sports Profile 

Pronunciation: Stine-bock
Position(s): OL

HIGH SCHOOL: Eric Steinbach attended Providence High School and lived in or near New Lenox, Illinois. He helped his team to a 50-game winning streak and four consecutive state championships. As a senior, he had 46 tackles, 55 assists, and a school record 26 quarterback sacks. He was named conference most valuable player and first-team all-state. He was named Super Prep and PrepStar all-American.

COLLEGE: He was a four-year lettermen from 1999-2002, started all 13 games at left guard on a team that won a share of the 2002 Big Ten Championship that yielded only 12 sacks in 2002, which led the Big Ten. He was part of an offense that led the Big Ten in scoring in consecutive seasons (2001, 2002). As a senior, he earned first-team All-America by the American Football Coaches Association, Walter Camp Foundation, Associated Press, Sporting News and ESPN. He was honored as the 2002 Big Ten Offensive Lineman of the Year.

PROFESSIONAL: He was taken by the Cincinnati Bengals in the second round of the 2003 NFL Draft, where he played nine seasons in the NFL, starting 124 of 125 games for Cincinnati (2003-06) and Cleveland (2007-11). He was inducted into the Iowa Athletics Hall of Fame in 2023, and was honorary captain against Utah State.

Born 4/4/1980 and is 44 years old.

All Conference: 1st (2001, 2002) Player of the Year: Big Ten Offensive Lineman of the Year (2002) All American: 1st (2002) U of Iowa Athletics Hall of Fame Drafted Round 2 by Cincinnati Bengals in 2003 


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