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You Negotiate Like a Girl
You Negotiate Like a Girl (4 Formats) ›
By Amy Trask, With Michael Freeman
Cloth Price 25.95

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ISBN 9781629371870

Published Sep 2016

The Princess of Darkness. Former NFL team executive Amy Trask has held many titles during her career - including chief executive, analyst, and author - but this nickname is what she is first and foremost known by to Raiders fans. Trask joined the Raiders as an intern during law school after the team moved from Oakland to Los Angeles - the position the result of a cold call she made to the team. From there, she worked her way up through the ranks of the organization, to the post she would eventually hold as chief executive. Along the way, Trask worked extremely closely with the late Al Davis, a man who treated her and others on his team without regard to gender, race, and age. Trask may have been the highest-ranking female executive in the NFL during her tenure with the Raiders, but in You Negotiate Like a Girl: Reflections on a Career in the National Football League, she shares how she found success by operating without regard to gender. Replete with insider tales about being part of the Raiders' front office, behind the closed doors of NFL owners meetings, and Davis himself, Trask's book is a must-read not only for football fans, but anyone who wants to succeed in business.
100 Things Raiders Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die
100 Things Raiders Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die (4 Formats) ›
By Paul Gutierrez, Foreword by Jim Plunkett
Trade Paper Price 14.95

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ISBN 9781600789311

Published Sep 2014

Professional sports has never seen another franchise quite like the Oakland Raiders, a one-a-kind creation of its late famous and infamous coach, general manager, owner, and football’s original rebel Al Davis. Never content to follow the pack, Davis put together teams steeped in bad attitude and good talent, squads equally adept at misbehaving, delivering punishment, and winning games. This all-new book explores what every true fan should know about the Raiders and what they should do to celebrate their favorite team. The listings are ranked in importance from one to 100 and include everything from the story of Jim “Lazarus” Plunkett and the infamous “Tuck Rule” game to a profile of Ricky’s Sport Theater & Grill, what just may be the best bar in the world to watch a Raiders game. Packed with personalities, places, events, and facts, 100 Things Raiders Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die is the perfect tool for any fan to take their love for the Silver and Black to a whole new level.
Just Win, Baby
Just Win, Baby (3 Formats) ›
By Murray Olderman
Cloth Price 24.95

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ISBN 9781600787645

Published Aug 2012

Revealing how an obscure young assistant coach, in less than a decade, progressed to become a head coach, general manager, league commissioner, and controlling partner of the Oakland Raiders franchise, this biography pays tribute to the late Al Davis. Contrary to Davis’s notoriously quirky and reclusive reputation, this account is based on the inside scoop he personally gave the author, lending his full cooperation to relate the account of his life and career. With a treasure trove of previously untold anecdotes, personal reminiscences, and highlights of Davis’s leadership of the Raiders as professional football became America’s premier spectator sport, this chronicle details the major impact this maverick owner had—not only on professional football but also on America’s sports scene as a whole. The subject’s influence on the merger of the American and National Football Leagues into the greater NFL is also reviewed as is his election to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Madden
Madden (3 Formats) ›
By Bryan Burwell, Foreword by Pat Summerall
Cloth Price 24.95

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ISBN 9781600783791

Published Aug 2011

From Al Davis and the Raiders to Canton, from the booth to the bus to “turduckens” on Thanksgiving Day, this is the definitive Madden book, a wild collection of stories from his 50 years in the NFL. Longtime sports columnist Bryan Burwell has written the first comprehensive biography of this living legend, whose incredible football knowledge, down-home sensibilities, and tireless work ethic made him arguably the most popular sports analyst in any sport. As a coach, he has the highest winning percentage in history, and he led the Oakland Raiders to a 1979 Super Bowl Championship. He followed that up by becoming the most beloved and popular football announcer in the country, and in the third stage of his public life, the Hall of Fame coach became known to new generations of fans through his eponymous line of groundbreaking video games, which are among the bestselling titles of all time.
"Then Madden Said to Summerall. . ."
"Then Madden Said to Summerall. . ." (4 Formats) ›
By Matthew Shepatin, Foreword by Pat Summerall
PDF Price 11.99

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ISBN 9781623681869

Published Sep 2009

Written for every sports fan who follows the NFL, this account goes behind the scenes to peek into the private world of the players, coaches, and decision makers—all while eavesdropping on their personal conversations. From locker rooms to the sidelines and inside huddles, the book includes stories about Terry Bradshaw, Brett Favre, Dan Marino, Joe Namath, Don Shula, Lawrence Taylor, Johnny Unitas, and Bill Walsh, among others, allowing readers to relive the highlights and the celebrations.