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I live in Atlanta, GA and am a member of the Professional Football Writers of America. My work has appeared in ESPN the Magazine and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
My third book, about the famous Joe Montana-Steve Young quarterback controversy, comes out in September 2012 and includes interviews with over 50 former NFL players as well as several rare photographs.
My second book, about Super Bowl XXV, one of the greatest games in NFL history, is available now. Super Bowl Monday, foreword by Lynn Swann, features interviews with many NFL legends. You can read more about it here: http://www.amazon.com/Super-Bowl-Monday-Persian-Florida/dp/1589796004/ref=ntt_at_ep_dpt_2
My first book, about the unforgettable 1973 U.S. Open at Oakmont, is in stores now and available on Amazon. You can view it here: http://www.amazon.com/Chasing-Greatness-Johnny-Miracle-Oakmont/dp/0451229878
I received a bachelor's degree in English from Kenyon College in 2004 and a master's degree in Professional Writing from Carnegie Mellon University in 2006, specializing in sports journalism.
Hey Adam, You mistakenly called worst Bills coach CHUCK Bullough instead of Hank. You probably accidentally combined his name with "Ground" Chuck Knox who was coach immediately before he came on...'bUFFALO" bILL
Mr. Lazarus: I believe your report only skims the surface. Take the Browns for example. Their biggest need is a first class rusher. However, they need to fill at least three and probably four offensive line positions from this very deep draft. Your article does not include that at all.
I have to say, on bleacher report there are many bias writers, however you are about as equal as they come, thank you for such great reads.
Where have you been hiding, your short list of faves is identical to mine, unreal! Have to add Clemente and Aaron to your list. Always thought Ripken should have tied Gehrig and sat out a game for respect, where's the joy in beating the record of a dying man? For NFL flops, don't forget all-word FSU's Ron Simmons.
Just wanted to let you know that I linked your article to the 50 Greatest Pitching Teams in my article today about the best rotation in each team's history. It was a really good piece and a useful tool while I was writing my article so I figured it deserved some props.
I would like to see whether or not the programs they have here in this website is going to be appropriate with my kids. I would like to spare sometime with my family to see their programs
Hey Adam, when you get a chance, check out my new list on the "10 Most Intriguing Players" of the upcoming season.
Gambling is a harmless vice in my opinion and as for gambling being a negative influence on children that's simply not true. Gambling can be a great way to teach kids math.
Some big surprises maybe?
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