Mark Leibovich, who writes for the New York Times Magazine and mostly deals in the world of politics, goes behind the scenes of the NFL.
Allen St John, a former Wall Street Journal writer, attempts to provide an overview of everything that goes into making the Super Bowl happen, with mixed results.
One of the most important books about American football today, and one that all contemporary fans should make time for.
Pete Williams follows the players, agents, scouts and trainers preparing for the 2005 NFL Draft.
If you’re interested in the economic side of the NFL then this is a solid grounding.
David Harris’s 1986 book shed light on the backroom tensions causing problems for the NFL.