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The Dolphins at 50
The Dolphins at 50 (4 Formats) ›
By Sun-Sentinel, Introduction by Dave Hyde, Foreword by Jason Taylor
Cloth Price 27.95

Cloth, PDF, EPUB, Mobipocket

ISBN 9781629371788

Published Nov 2015

A celebration of five decades of professional football in Miami The 2015 NFL season marks the Miami Dolphins' 50th anniversary and a time for fans to celebrate one of the league's most storied franchises. The Dolphins at 50 takes fans on a season-by-season tour of the Dolphins' history, including re-living the team's perfect 1972 season, a feat that still stands alone in NFL history. This commemorative book also includes a countdown of the most noteworthy player to wear each jersey number, from 99 down. In addition, award-winning sports columnist Dave Hyde ranks the team's top 50 all-time players and former stars give their selections of the best players to ever put on a Dolphins uniform. Fans can enjoy the top 20 plays in team history and laugh once again at the top 50 Dolphins quotes as franchise icons Don Shula, Dan Marino, Larry Csonka, Bob Griese, Jimmy Johnson, Jason Taylor, Ricky Williams, and more are all included. Featuring nearly 100 exclusive archival images from the award-winning Sun Sentinel, this is a must-have book for any Dolphins fan.
Under Pressure
Under Pressure (4 Formats) ›
By Ray Lucas, By David Seigerman, Foreword by Bill Parcells
Cloth Price 25.95

Cloth, PDF, EPUB, Mobipocket

ISBN 9781600789601

Published Sep 2014

In Under Pressure, Ray Lucas provides fans with a timely, uncensored look at pro football's play-at-all-costs culture. Overcoming questions about his size and skills as a quarterback, Lucas persevered and went on to play seven seasons in the NFL. His professional football career, however, came to a sudden end at age 30, when a neck injury caused him to collapse on the sideline during training camp. Instructed by NFL doctors that surgery wasn't an option, Lucas turned to painkillers for relief, but as his tolerance for medication escalated and his NFL insurance coverage expired, he began to plan his suicide. Just days before he planned to take his life, Lucas was put in touch with a group of doctors who agreed to perform neck surgery free of charge. In this tell-all, Lucas shares how—in a league without guaranteed contracts and careers that average just a few seasons long—players in the training room are perceived to lack the toughness necessary to succeed on the field. He discusses how this prevailing attitude leads to widespread abuse of painkillers and leaves many former players unable to lead a normal life once their playing career ends while also sharing details on how he overcame his drug addiction and turned his own life around.
Parcells
Parcells (5 Formats) ›
By Carlo DeVito
Trade Paper Price 15.95

Trade Paper, Cloth, PDF, EPUB, Mobipocket

ISBN 9781629370439

Published Sep 2014

In this revealing biography, the exhaustive research of acclaimed sports historian Carlo DeVito sheds new light on a football coaching legend Bill Parcells, exposing the two-time Super Bowl-winning coach's moxie and lifelong dedication to football.  The book digs deep into Bill Parcells' past to unlock the secrets of what made him who he is today, following him from his childhood, through 15 years of college coaching, to his first big chance in the pros and the year that almost broke him. With more than 3,000 interviews, newspaper and magazine articles, and scores of primary resources, DeVito's book brings Parcells to life as readers have never seen him before.
Dan Marino
Dan Marino (2 Formats) ›
By Dan Marino, Foreword by Don Shula
Hardcover & DVD Price 29.95

Hardcover & DVD, Trade Paper & DVD

ISBN 9781572438002

Published Sep 2005

Dan Marino: My Life in Football takes fans into the private life of arguably the greatest quarterback to ever play the game. In addition to his own personal reflections, stories, and anecdotes from his playing days at the University of Pittsburgh and the Miami Dolphins, Marino shares some of his most private moments with his family, friends, and behind-the-scenes of some of the more exciting and unusual moments that he has enjoyed. Hundreds of vibrant, full-color photographs accompany a specially-produced DVD that is available only with this book. The exclusive DVD that contains never-before-seen footage of Marino's high school and college playing days in addition to interviews with former teammates and coaches that aims to explain the genesis of Marino's amazing talent. With unprecedented access to the Hall of Fame quarterback's life—from hearing stories directly from Marino to seeing how the quarterback lives with his family and friends—no other book offers the insight into Marino's life that this one does.
Marino
Marino ›
By The Miami Herald

Trade Paper

ISBN 9781572437913

Published Sep 2005

Dan Marino’s NFL legacy is simple enough: he turned football’s record book into his autobiography. Inducted in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2005, he is undoubtedly one of the most prolific quarterbacks who ever played. This biography follows his career in words and pictures, from his boyhood in Pittsburgh to his sudden stardom as an NFL sophomore in 1984, when he rewrote pro football record books with 48 touchdowns and 5,084 passing yards. His accomplishments both on and off the field are told by the best sportswriters in the business, including Edwin Pope, Dan LeBatard, and Greg Cote, to name but a few.