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Lombardi's Men - A Biography Of Every Green Bay Packer From 1959 to 1967 & Their Lives After Football
all heard the stories of Bart Starr and Paul Hornung, Jerry Kramer, Forrest
Gregg, Willie Davis. Among the accomplishments of just those few are
bestselling author, Super Bowl Head Coach and board member of MGM Studios.
But there were 108 men who played football for Vince Lombardi and each one
of them contributed to the success that built the legend of St. Vincent and
the Green Bay Packers. This book attempts to tell the story of all of those
men. Among them are physicians, attorneys, nuclear engineers and a federal
marshal. Two ended up homeless and battling to recover their lives.
Brett Favre Hall Of Fame ~ A Game By Game Chronicle Of His Career With The Green Bay Packers 1992-2007
In honor of Brett Favreís election to the NFL Hall Of Fame, this is the first book to cover his entire career, chronicling his record breaking rise to the top of the National Football League. Every one of the 277 games Favre played as a Packer is here in statistical detail, set in a fast paced narrative that takes you back to the rise of the Packers from worst in the league to Super Bowl Champions. Included are all the epic games, from the first come from behind victory versus the Bengals in 1992, through Super Bowls 31 and 32, the Irvin Favre Game, the 2003 playoffs Fourth and 26 and the final overtime battle to the finish against the New York Giants on the frozen tundra of Lambeau Field in January 2008.
If you love the down and dirty numbers of football, this is your book. A fantasy football fanaticís bible, covering more than 300 games, the complete statistical guide to Brett Favreís amazing career. By Stanton Greene, popular sportswriter and author of The Green Bay Packers The Dan Devine Years 1971-1974. A must read for pro football fans.
The Green Bay
Packers The Dan Devine Years 1971-1974
It began on the banks of the Ohio River in 1844 when Clayton Donegal and the renowned painter George Albert Spencer set out to explore the new American frontier. It ended a year later at the gates of Hell. What they encountered in-between became the stuff of legend. One of the most amazing Western stories youíll ever read; a tale of noble friends and savage enemies; of love lost, life, death and the totality of karmic destiny. A metaphysical journey into the wilderness of the American soul.
The Cheyenne Dog Soldier Tree Owl and legendary Mountain Woman Annie Kestrel were among Donegal and Spencerís many, odd traveling companions. Jewish immigrants, African slaves, Indian fights, buffalo stampedes and the honest and unexpected sexuality of the era. A tale of enduring love, allegory and religious revelation. Transmuting the philosophy of George Berkeley and the Greek Classics. Journey into the Akashic Records and the invisible space between dimensions.
Inspired hallucination rooted in the reality from which it was drawn. The experiences of Clayton Donegal as taken from his 19th Century journals. An adventure like no other.
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Books by Stanton Greene
Magical Bear Child
The Blavatsky School For
Unusual Children: A Collection Of Short Stories Of The Fantastic