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NFL Films Archive Collection: Inside the Vault V. 1-3 DVD

  For the first time EVER released on video - classic NFL Films footage and behind-the-scenes action, straight from the Vaults of NFL Films. The Archives Volumes 1-3, based on the successful series aired on ESPN Classic -- The Lost Treasures of NFL Films -- features rarely seen footage of the early days of pro football in America, from the unique perspective of NFL Films. * Volume 1: Creation (1962-65). Go back in time to witness how it all began - beginning with the 1962 NFL Championship. Also featured in this classic time-capsule are interviews with Vince Lombardi, on and off-field outtakes from Dick Butkus, Gale Sayers, and Johnny Unitas, and the 1965 Pro Bowl, which will be remembered forever as Jim Brown's last game. * Volume 2: Renegades (1960-69). This volume takes a look back at the colorful players, loyal fans and outlaw image of the American Football League (AFL). Witness the evolution of one of the greatest experiments in American sports, from its humble beginnings to the juggernaut that forced a merger with the mighty NFL. * Volume 3: Merger (1970). This volume focuses on the merger between the National Football League and the American Football League. Based on nearly 400 hours of lost footage re-creates the rocky honeymoon and successful marriage of the two Leagues.

The Glory Game

  In 1958 Frank Gifford was the golden boy on the glamour team in the most celebrated city in the NFL. When his New York Giants played the Baltimore Colts for the league championship that year, it became the single most memorable contest in the history of professional football. Broadcast to an audience of millions, it was the first title game ever to go into sudden-death overtime. Its drama, excitement, and controversy riveted the nation and helped propel football to the forefront of the American sports landscape.Now, to mark the fiftieth anniversary of 'The Greatest Game Ever Played,' New York Giants Hall of Famer and longtime television analyst Frank Gifford provides an inside-the-helmet account that will take its place in the annals of sports literature. Drawing on the poignant and humorous memories of every living player from the game—including fellow Hall of Famers Sam Huff, Andy Robustelli, Art Donovan, Lenny Moore, and Raymond Berry—as well as the author's own experiences and reflections, The Glory Game captures a magnificent moment in American sports history. It is the story of two very different cities and teams, filled with the joy, the disappointment, and the eternal pride of a day that will forever symbolize all that is great about sports.Told with gripping immediacy, The Glory Game is an indelible portrait of the NFL's most transcendent hours—a winter version of The Boys of Summer, told by one of football's true legends.

Art Monk Autographed Syracuse Orange Official College Football

  Art Monk began his Syracuse Orange (Orangemen) (NCAA) career as a running back and emerged as an All-American receiver. He ranks sixth on Syracuse's career receptions list, seventh on the career receiving yards list and holds the Orange record for most receptions in a game (14 vs. Navy, 1977). Monk was named to Syracuse University's All-Century team in November, 1999. Art was selected 18th overall selection in the 1980 National Football League draft by the Washington Redskins and went on to play 16 seasons for the Redskins, New York Jets and Philadelphia Eagles. He ranks fifth on the NFL's career reception list with 940. A two-time Super Bowl Champion who played in three NFL Championship games, Monk gained 12,721 yards on 940 receptions and scored 68 touchdowns in 224 games during his NFL career. In the summer of 2008, Art Monk was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Art Monk has hand signed this Syracuse game model football. A Syracuse-Steiner Letter of Authenticity is included.

America's Game

  “An expansive and detailed history of the N.F.L….MacCambridge deftly integrates well-chosen accounts of games with profiles of league visionaries and tales of television negotiations and internal meetings…MacCambridge combines prodigious interviewing and research with a savvy use of anecdotes.”--New York Times Book Review“A thorough, admirably researched and exceptionally interesting account of football’s rise to its present eminence.”--Washington Post Book World“MacCambridge’s sweeping history of pro football starts just before WWII, when the National Football League was still largely a regional organization, and ends with Janet Jackson’s wardrobe malfunction at Super Bowl XXXVIII. Though there are plenty of vivid descriptions of remarkable games, what sets this chronicle apart from a slew of other recent football books is the depth and breadth of its stories about players, coaches and owners…This magisterial history is a fitting acknowledgment of the sport’s legacy.”--Publishers Weekly“America’s Game tells the beguiling story of pro football–from Johnny Unitas’s high-topped shoes to Janet Jackson’s exposed breast. It is both rollicking and scholarly, definitive and distinctive. You will never find more concise or pleasurable portraits of some of the names that are already storied, including Vince Lombardi, Pete Rozelle, Jim Brown, and Joe Namath, and some giants of the game whose luster is harder to recall, including Bert Bell, Kenny Washington, Ed Sabol, and George Allen. It is indispensable to understanding pro football, and a wonderful enhancement to enjoying it.”–SCOTT SIMON, host, NPR’s Weekend Edition Saturday“The authentic story of how the NFL won America’s heart has never been told–until now. Michael MacCambridge weaves a fabulous tale, guiding us through sixty years of professional football. It is a sports story, of course, filled with great games and rich characters. But it is also a big American story. Anyone wondering what makes our vast, violent, adoring, breathless, late-charging, hard-hitting, face-painting, high-fiving, touchdown-celebrating, Super Bowl-partying country tick will find some fascinating answers here.”–JOE POSNANSKI, columnist, The Kansas City Star“Michael MacCambridge’s prologue begins with the 1958 NFL Championship game, the first pro football game I remember. The league is dramatically different now, and MacCambridge captures every essential aspect of that evolution in this revealing history of what is now America’s most popular sport.” -BOB COSTAS, host, HBO's Inside the NFL“Michael MacCambridge has written a lively, highly entertaining book on the ascent of the NFL into the center of America’s DNA. If there is a better book on the subject, I’m not aware of it.”--DAVID HALBERSTAMFrom the Hardcover edition.


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