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Fear No Evil
Fear No Evil

Fear No Evil

Tackling Quarterbacks and Demons on My Way to the Hall of Fame
By Charles Haley, By Jeff Sullivan, Foreword by Jerry Jones, Foreword by Ronnie Lott

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240 Pages, 6 x 9

Formats: Cloth, EPUB, PDF, Mobipocket

Cloth, $26.95 (US $26.95) (CA $31.95)

ISBN 9781629372594

Rights: WOR

Triumph Books (Oct 2016)

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Overview

An elite pass rusher who was in the prime of his career, Charles Haley was traded from the San Francisco 49ers to an NFC rival, the Dallas Cowboys. Why would they make such a trade? The 49ers did so because Haley had become so difficult for teammates and coaches alike. It turns out that he acted this way because he had bipolar disorder. Haley, a Hall of Famer and the only NFL player who earned five Super Bowl rings, documents what it was like suffering from that condition and how he overcame it. He details what it was like to play for two championship organizations and the fights, transgression, and squabbles that marked his career.

Author Biography

Charles Haley earned five Super Bowl rings in his 11 years playing with the Dallas Cowboys and the San Francisco 49ers. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2015. He lives in Dallas, Texas. Jeff Sullivan is a columnist for DallasCowboys.com and the best-selling author of America's Team: The Official History of the Dallas Cowboys. He lives in Texas. Jerry Jones is the owner, president, and general manager of the Dallas Cowboys. He resides in Dallas, Texas. One of the best and hardest hitting defensive backs in NFL history. Ronnie Lott made 10 Pro Bowls and won four Super Bowls during his Hall of Fame career. He resides in Cupertino, California.

Book Signings

Past Events


Dec
16
Charles Haley - "Fear No Evil" ›
Dallas, TX
11:00am
Dec
15
Charles Haley with Jeff Sullivan - "Fear No Evil" ›
Fort Worth, TX
7:00pm
Nov
15
Charles Haley with Jeff Sullivan - "Fear No Evil" ›
Dallas, TX
7:00pm
Oct
23
Charles Haley - "Fear No Evil" ›
Santa Clara, CA
11:30am
*Tickets to the game are required to attend this signing

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Fear No Evil

Tackling Quarterbacks & Demons on My Way to the Hall of Fame

By Charles Haley with Jeff Sullivan

Forewords by Jerry Jones & Ronnie Lott

 

Contact: Bill Ames, Triumph Books, 312.676.4256, b.ames@triumphbooks.com

 

Charles Haley is the only player in NFL history to earn five Super Bowl rings. As an elite pass rusher, there’s no doubt that he deserves his place in the Hall of Fame. Yet throughout his career, Haley was a contentious player, traded at his prime from the San Francisco 49ers to the Dallas Cowboys because of the controversy he stirred up in the locker room. And now, he’s telling his side of the story.   

 

In Fear No Evil, (Triumph Books, October 15, 2016), Charles Haley, with Jeff Sullivan, opens up in his own words about his career and controversies and what it’s like to live with bipolar disorder and depression. Without holding back, Haley reflects on what football means to him, the sacrifices he made throughout his career and how he hopes his story has the power to help others who are suffering. Highlights include:

 

  • Impassioned forewords by Cowboys owner and president, Jerry Jones, and Hall of Fame player Ronnie Lott
  • A powerful look at his early life, family and what it was like growing up in Gladys, Virginia
  • Reflections on his trade from the 49ers to the Cowboys and how he adjusted to a new system and team
  • A first-hand look at his five Super Bowl victories
  • His struggles with bipolar disorder, accepting his diagnosis and working to overcome it

 

In Fear No Evil, Charles Haley details what it was like to play for two championship organizations and the fights, transgressions and squabbles that marked his career. He’s ready to be more than just his controversies and a Hall of Fame player. In Fear No Evil, he’s changing how the world sees him.

 

About the Author:

Charles Haley earned five Super Bowl rings in his 11 years playing with the Dallas Cowboys and the San Francisco 49ers. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2015. He lives in Dallas, Texas.

 

Jeff Sullivan is a columnist for DallasCowboys.com and the best-selling author of America's Team: The Official History of the Dallas Cowboys. He lives in Texas.

 

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