They Call Me Assassin

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Avon, 1980 - Sports & Recreation - 192 pages
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The hardest-hitting free safety in football reveals that, although he loves combat, he hates the injuries that result from his powerful charges, and he calls for changes in the game's rules to afford players better protection

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User Review  - Mauludsadiq - Goodreads

This book was the foundation for how I viewed being a safety (or corner). Read as a child, I thought picking it up now would be pedestrian...but nothing can be further from the truth. This book was just enjoyable now as it was when I read as a wee boy. Read full review

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User Review  - Sgtshaf - Goodreads

As a raiders fan, this is a must read. Read full review


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About the author (1980)

In addition to his eight books of poems, Bill Kushner has worked as a playwright, actor, and director at the New York Theatre Ensemble and Theater Genesis in New York. He has just finished Good Gravy Marie, a new full-length play.

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