The hardest-hitting free safety in football reveals that, although he loves combat, he hates the injuries that result from his powerful charges, and he calls for changes in the game's rules to afford players better protectionThe hardest-hitting free safety in football reveals that, although he loves combat, he hates the injuries that result from his powerful charges, and he calls for changes in the game's rules to afford players better protectionRead Less
Very Good+ in Good dustjacket. 3-inch closed tear on the rear and other moderate jacket wear. The book is very nice and clean. The jacket is now protected in a new, removable mylar sleeve.; Small 8vo; 251 pages.
Fine (clean and tight) in a very good plus dust jacket with a touch of rubbing at the corners and a small chip at the top inside corner of the rear flap. INSCRIBED BY TATUM ("To Sean, best of luck in your future, be great, Jack Tatum" on the blank page opposite the title page. Scarce signed.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" tall. Rust colored boards, pictorial d.j. has wear on edges. Jack Tatum was the hardest hitting free safety in football, he played for the Oakland Raiders.
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