The Blood and Guts by Tyler Dunne, review

What type of man becomes an NFL tight end? Tyler Dunne answers the question through profiles of some of the legends of the position.

The Last Folk Hero by Jeff Pearlman, review

Jeff Pearlman explores the inscrutable multi-sport legend Bo Jackson.

America’s Trailblazing Middle Linebacker by Joe Zagorski, review

Kansas City Chiefs legend and Hall of Fame Willie Lanier gets a long-overdue biography, written by Joe Zagorski.

Review: Instant Replay by Jerry Kramer

Instant Replay, Jerry Kramer's diary of the Green Bay Packers' 1967 season, has rightly earned its place among the great football books.

Review: Snake by Mike Freeman

An enthusiastic but honest biography of one of football's legendary figures, Ken 'Snake' Stabler.

Review: The Quarterback by John Feinstein

John Feinstein recounts the story of the 2017 NFL season, as seen by four active QBs and one QB-turned-front office executive.

Review: Slow Getting Up by Nate Jackson

Former Denver Bronco Nate Jackson writes an honest and amusing book about life in the NFL for a player "at the bottom of the pile".

Review: The Dark Side of the Game by Tim Green

In The Dark Side of the Game, former Falcon Tim Green reveals the aspects of pro football that insiders don't like to talk about.