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Penguin Group (USA) Incorporated, 1999 - Fiction - 360 pages
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Not since North Dallas Forty has there been such a vivid, startling, and truthful look into the world of pro football. Written by future Hall of Fame quarterback Boomer Esiason and bestselling author Lowell Cauffiel, Toss is a brutally honest, profanely funny, and often shocking novel of the players, coaches, groupies, gamblers, con artists, drug addicts, and hangers-on that make up the high-stakes world of pro football.

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Toss: a novel

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Former NFL quarterback Esiason and novelist Cauffiel give a gripping portrayal of an NFL team engineered for failure in order to force a sale and lower its value. The team's manager drafts ... Read full review

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First off, let me say that I have been a very big fan of Boomer Esiason since the latter years of his career, when I was in high school. I have an admiration and respect for him and his talent on the ... Read full review


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Boomer Esiason was a top NFL quaterback for fourteen years and a four-time Pro Bowler. Spending most of his career in New York and Cincinnati, he led the Cincinnati Bengals to the Super Bowl in 1988. Lowell Cauffiel is the author of eight novels.

Cauffiel began writing fiction after an award-winning career as a Detroit journalist.

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