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Closing the Gap
Closing the Gap (4 Formats) ›
By Willie Davis, By Jim Martyka, By Andrea Erickson Davis, Foreword by Bart Starr
Cloth Price 25.95

Cloth, PDF, EPUB, Mobipocket

ISBN 9781600787263

Published Sep 2012

Describing how NFL great Willie Davis helped define the hard-nosed, in-your-face defense of the original football dynasty, the 1960s Green Bay Packers, this revealing autobiography also illustrates his persona off the field—humble yet ambitious, with an infectious smile and a reputation of strict discipline that matched his leadership mentality. The book recounts the competitor as one of the game’s strongest, quickest, and most agile defensive linemen in his time, showcasing a team captain who led the Green and Gold to five championships and earned a bust in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Distinguished from many other athletes of his generation, Davis's success continued well after he took off his pads. His reputation as one of the most respected businessmen in America is discussed, including his time serving on the board of directors for Fortune 500 companies, taking part in various foundations, and speaking to audiences of all ages about his experiences. From growing up in a poor, segregated small town in the South to the intense pressure he endured as a college athlete contemplating his future, this evocation pays homage to a man who has worked hard to achieve all that he has, always appreciating the fruits of his labors with care, respect, and devout passion.
The Fire Within
The Fire Within (3 Formats) ›
By Jim Taylor, By Kristine Setting Clark, Foreword by Bart Starr
PDF Price 13.99

PDF, EPUB, Mobipocket

ISBN 9781617494758

Published Sep 2010

<P style=&#34;MARGIN: 0in 0in 0pt&#34; class=MsoNormal><I>The Fire Within</I> is the first autobiography of Jim Taylor, whose very name conjures unforgettable memories of a magical time in Green Bay. Written with NFL sportswriter Kristine Setting Clark, <I>this work</I><I> </I>reveals a man and a team that captured the imagination of gridiron fans from the 1960s and who continue to be celebrated today.
Green, Gold, and Proud
Green, Gold, and Proud (3 Formats) ›
Photographs by Curt Knoke, Foreword by Bob Harlan, By Bart Starr
Trade Paper Price 16.95

Trade Paper, Cloth, PDF

ISBN 9781600780431

Published Sep 2007

With a blend of portraits, words, and pictures, this book gives Packers fans their due. Green, Gold, and Proud is the ultimate tribute to legions of Packers fans in Wisconsin, across the United States, and around the world. Packed with hundreds of vivid, full-color photos that capture the true Cheesehead experience, Green, Gold, and Proud takes fans from the raucous excitement during a game to the green and gold living rooms and shrines across the country where readers meet a variety of fans, such as Sister Isaac Jogues Rousseau whose devotion to her convent and the Green Bay Packers has never wavered and Christopher Handler, a local painter who takes immense pride in having painted the Lombardi Avenue fence slogans for the past 21 years. Also included is a special DVD that is more than 80 minutes long and features a documentary that chronicles the storied past of Lambeau Field by sharing with fans the stadium's view of history: the games, players, coaches, and moments that have molded the Packers' championship past and path to future glory.
Magnificent Seven
Magnificent Seven ›
By Bud Lea, Foreword by Paul Hornung, Introduction by Bart Starr, Afterword by Vince Lombardi
Price 17.95

Trade Paper

ISBN 9781572436701

Published Sep 2004

No other coach, franchise and city have been as linked as Vince Lombardi and the Green Bay Packers were in the 1960s. The winners of five titles in seven years, the Packers were the dominant team in the NFL under Lombardi. No other book has ever look at the championships that built the Packers' mystique.