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Penguin Publishing Group, 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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User Review  - Jane Doe - Kirkus

Former NFL quarterback Boomer Esiason, currently a host on ABC's Monday Night Football, and novelist Lowell Cauffiel (Marker, 1997) team up for Esiason's debut as a (co-)novelist. Their focus is on ... Read full review

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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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