Paul Brown: The Man Who Invented Modern Football by George Cantor, review
Perhaps the most influential head coach of all time, Paul Brown is profiled in 10 games from his career in George Cantor's book.
Chasing the Bear by Lars Anderson, review
Lars Anderson looks at the careers of two legendary Alabama coaches - Bear Bryant and Nick Saban.
The Education of a Coach by David Halberstam, review
David Halberstam's look at what Bill Belichick learned from the coaches he worked with is the closest anyone has come to being schooled in Belichick’s view of the game.
Sid Gillman by Josh Katzowitz, review
Sid Gillman is far less well known than contemporaries like Vince Lombardi and Paul Brown. Josh Katzowitz's biography attempts to change that.
Shula by Mark Ribowsky, review
Mark Ribowsky, whose books are divided between pop music and sport, turns to legendary Miami Dolphins coach Don Shula for his third football book.
Review: Coaching Confidential by Gary Myers
The pressures of being a head coach in the NFL are examined in Gary Myers' 2012 book.
Review: Hey, Wait a Minute (I Wrote a Book), John Madden
John Madden's first book is essentially an autobiography, but one written with the legendary coach's familiar, relaxed style.
Review: Fridays with Bill, John Powers
Fridays are when Bill Belichick is most talkative with the media and this book gathers some of the highlights.