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Mark Mays Tales from the Washington Redskins
Mark Mays Tales from the Washington Redskins Mark May, Dan OBrien 1596700823 9781596700826 The decade of the 1980s seemed like a return to Camelot for our nations capital--at least for pro football fans. Following the 1982 NFL sea
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Mark Mays Tales from the Washington Redskins by Mark May, Dan OBrien

The decade of the 1980s seemed like a return to Camelot for our nations capital--at least for pro football fans. Following the 1982 NFL season, the Washington Redskins returned to the Super Bowl for the first time in a decade. Their victory in Super Bowl XVII returned the NFL championship to Washington for the first time in 40 years. Over the next 10 years, the Redskins earned three more trips to the Super Bowl and brought two more Lombardi trophies as the champions of pro football. Reaganomics might have rescued the country from an economic recession, but it was Riggo-nomics that fueled the Redskin Nation. Smack dab in the middle of it all was Mark May. The Redskins top pick in the 1981 draft, May Day was an All-American and Outland Trophy winner from the University of Pittsburgh but just just a kid from Oneonata, New York. In Mark Mays Tales from the Washington Redskins, May takes you onto the playing field and inside huddle. Youll hear behind-the-scenes stories from outside the field of play, from the locker room to the team play. Youll also get Mays first-person account of the Redskins extra curricular activities. Mark Mays Tales from the Washington Redskins also includes Mays person reflections on the people behind the Redskins success--Jack Kent Cooke, Joe Gibbs, Bobby Beathard, Joe Theismann, John Riggins, Bobby Beathard, the Hogs, and the Washington Redskins loyal and devoted followers, the greatest fans in the National Football League.

Author: Mark May, Dan OBrien

Language: English

Binding: Hardcover

Pages: 200

Publisher: Sports Publishing

Publication Date: 2005-09-01

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ISBN: 1596700823


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