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Dan Marino
Dan Marino ›
By Dan Marino, Foreword by Don Shula

Hardcover & 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 lifeâ€â€Âfrom hearing stories directly from Marino to seeing how the quarterback lives with his family and friendsâ€â€Âno other book offers the insight into Marino's life that this one does.
Blazing Trails
Blazing Trails (3 Formats) ›
By John Mackey, By Thom Loverro, Foreword by Don Shula
Cloth Price 24.95

Cloth, EPUB, Mobipocket

ISBN 9781572435384

Published Sep 2003

Blazing Trails chronicles John Mackey's life as a lightning rod for attention throughout the 1960s. Mackey refused to remain silent on any topic he felt strongly about—especially anything dealing with justice. As one of Baltimore’s first famous African Americans, he fought for racial and battled for legal equality for pro football players of all color as the first president of the newly merged NFL and AFL National Football Players Associations. More than affecting the freedom of his football-playing brethren, Mackey was a major factor in using his sports fame to change the world around. What Muhammad Ali was to boxing, Arthur Ashe was to tennis, and Bill Russell was to basketball, John Mackey was to football: an African-American star who proved that the world, and not just sports, was going to become a better, more colorful place.