Matthew Sherry

Matthew Sherry: Everything goes back to Bert Bell

Matthew Sherry is the founder and editor of Gridiron, the UK's only NFL magazine. His first book, Any Given Sunday, relates the history of the NFL by focusing on 20 of the most important games.

Doug Farrar: ‘Clark Shaughnessy was an overlooked innovator’

Doug Farrar talks about the history of NFL strategy and his first book, The Genius of Desperation.

Gary Myers: ‘The Cowboys are a $5bn Mom and Pop operation’

Gary Myers, an author and journalist who has covered the NFL for 40 years talks about the Cowboys, writing and his favourite books.

American football in the UK

American football has a surprisingly long history in the UK and it's one filled with ups and downs. This is the golden era for British...

Ralph Hickok: Crashing the Hall of Fame with Johnny Blood

Ralph Hickok, a sports historian for more than 50 years, talks football books, writing and Johnny Blood.

Reading the Patriots

The NFL has long had its dynasties. In the 1950s, the Browns appeared in seven NFL Championship games - including six in a row...
Lars Anderson

Lars Anderson: ‘Bryant and Saban were identical from shoulders up’

Lars Anderson, author of nine football books, on Bear Bryant and Nick Saban as Alabama coaches, and his writing career to date.

John Eisenberg: ‘The NFL aimed to always put the game first’

John Eisenberg talks about the early days of the NFL, covered in his new book, The League, and shares some of his favourite books.