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The Game Before the Money: Voices of the Men Who Built the NFL

Jackson Michael - Sports & Recreation - 2014 - 344 pages
The Game before the Money recounts the National Football League’s story and the evolution of America’s most popular sport in the vivid words of men who built the NFL. This ...
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One size doesn't fit all

John Madden, Dave Anderson - Sports & Recreation - 1988 - 227 pages
Focuses on the world in a series of anecdotal essays ranging from sports to spas, politicians to poker, and offering observations on television, fashion, celebrities, and more
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Johnny U: The Life and Times of John Unitas

Tom Callahan - Biography & Autobiography - 2010 - 320 pages
In a time “when men played football for something less than a living and something more than money,” John Unitas was the ultimate quarterback. Rejected by Notre Dame, discarded ...
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Out of bounds

Jim Brown, Steve Delsohn - Biography & Autobiography - 1989 - 248 pages
Jim tells what it means to be an athlete, with sex, Hollywood, drugs, and women as fringe benefits
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One Sunday in December: The 1958 NFL Championship Game and How It Changed ...

Lou Sahadi - Sports & Recreation - 2008 - 219 pages
Furnishes a detailed account of the legendary 1958 NFL Championship game between the New York Giants and Baltimore Colts, the first football game to be televised nationally ...
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Great linebackers of the NFL.

Richard Kaplan - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1970 - 144 pages
Highlights the football careers of ten National Football League linebackers of past and present: Butkus, Hein, Turner, Nitschke, Baughan, Walker, Robinson, Howley, Curtis, and ...
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Impartial Judgment: The "Dean of NFL Referees" Calls Pro Football As He Sees It

Jim Tunney - Football referees - 1995 - 336 pages
With a unique perspective sure to fascinate, amuse and inspire, Jim Tunney answers every fan's question: Why would anyone want to be an NFL referee?
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