Laying It on the Line: Notes of a Team Player

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Sports Publishing, LLC, 2000 - Biography & Autobiography - 274 pages
In Laying It on the Line: Notes of a Team Player, Howard Griffith shares his motivational story of how sheer determination made him a National Football League star and Super Bowl champion. From his days as a troubled youngster in his dangerous southside Chicago neighborhood to his years as John Elway's and Terrell Davis' teammate with the two-time world-champion Denver Broncos, Griffith tells the reader how "beating the odds" became much more than a cliche to him. "If you learn to expect the barriers and anticipate the bumps and bruises along the way, " says Griffith, "you pad and protect yourself, and prepare the way towards personal success. Becoming a team player is absolutely crucial to your ultimate success." Laying It on the Line will help the readers reach their goals, too.

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Football player Terrell Davis was born in San Diego, California on October 28, 1972. He attended Long Beach State and the University of Georgia. Davis, a member of the Denver Broncos, is considered one of the best running backs in the NFL and was the Most Valuable Player of the 1998 Super Bowl. His biography, TD: Dreams in Motion, deals with Davis as a person as well as a football player.

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