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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 83. Chapters: Johnny Unitas, Bronko Nagurski, Warren Moon, Dan Marino, Lawrence Taylor, Joe Montana, John Elway, Walter Payton, Joe Namath, Phil Simms, Barry Sanders, George Halas, Bart Starr, Bob Griese, Reggie White, Jim Brown, Otto Graha Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 83. Chapters: Johnny Unitas, Bronko Nagurski, Warren Moon, Dan Marino, Lawrence Taylor, Joe Montana, John Elway, Walter Payton, Joe Namath, Phil Simms, Barry Sanders, George Halas, Bart Starr, Bob Griese, Reggie White, Jim Brown, Otto Graham, Jim Kelly, Sid Luckman, Fran Tarkenton, Dick Butkus, Archie Manning, Ray Nitschke, Don Hutson, Gale Sayers, Brian Piccolo, Frank Gifford, Joe Klecko, Y. A. Tittle, Bruce Matthews, John Brodie, Jan Stenerud, Joe Morrison, Dutch Clark, Mel Hein, Don Maynard, Ernie Stautner, Bob Waterfield, Larry Wilson, Charlie Conerly, Tony Canadeo, Al Blozis, Tuffy Leemans, Steve Bartkowski, George McAfee, Ray Flaherty, Ken Strong. Excerpt: Daniel Constantine "Dan" Marino, Jr. (born September 15, 1961) is a retired American football quarterback who played for the Miami Dolphins in the National Football League. The last quarterback of the Quarterback Class of 1983 to be taken in the first round, Marino became one of the most prolific quarterbacks in league history, holding or having held almost every major NFL passing record. Despite never being on a Super Bowl-winning team, he is recognized as one of the greatest quarterbacks in American football history. Best remembered for his quick release and powerful arm, Marino led the Dolphins to the playoffs ten times in his seventeen-season career. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2005. Marino was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, of Italian ancestry. He is the oldest child of Daniel and Veronica Marino, and has two younger sisters, Cindi and Debbie. His father delivered newspapers for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Marino grew up on Parkview Avenue in the South Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh, and attended St. Regis Catholic Elementary School. He attended Central Catholic High School in Pittsburgh, where he started in baseball, and won Parade All-American ...


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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 83. Chapters: Johnny Unitas, Bronko Nagurski, Warren Moon, Dan Marino, Lawrence Taylor, Joe Montana, John Elway, Walter Payton, Joe Namath, Phil Simms, Barry Sanders, George Halas, Bart Starr, Bob Griese, Reggie White, Jim Brown, Otto Graha Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 83. Chapters: Johnny Unitas, Bronko Nagurski, Warren Moon, Dan Marino, Lawrence Taylor, Joe Montana, John Elway, Walter Payton, Joe Namath, Phil Simms, Barry Sanders, George Halas, Bart Starr, Bob Griese, Reggie White, Jim Brown, Otto Graham, Jim Kelly, Sid Luckman, Fran Tarkenton, Dick Butkus, Archie Manning, Ray Nitschke, Don Hutson, Gale Sayers, Brian Piccolo, Frank Gifford, Joe Klecko, Y. A. Tittle, Bruce Matthews, John Brodie, Jan Stenerud, Joe Morrison, Dutch Clark, Mel Hein, Don Maynard, Ernie Stautner, Bob Waterfield, Larry Wilson, Charlie Conerly, Tony Canadeo, Al Blozis, Tuffy Leemans, Steve Bartkowski, George McAfee, Ray Flaherty, Ken Strong. Excerpt: Daniel Constantine "Dan" Marino, Jr. (born September 15, 1961) is a retired American football quarterback who played for the Miami Dolphins in the National Football League. The last quarterback of the Quarterback Class of 1983 to be taken in the first round, Marino became one of the most prolific quarterbacks in league history, holding or having held almost every major NFL passing record. Despite never being on a Super Bowl-winning team, he is recognized as one of the greatest quarterbacks in American football history. Best remembered for his quick release and powerful arm, Marino led the Dolphins to the playoffs ten times in his seventeen-season career. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2005. Marino was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, of Italian ancestry. He is the oldest child of Daniel and Veronica Marino, and has two younger sisters, Cindi and Debbie. His father delivered newspapers for the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. Marino grew up on Parkview Avenue in the South Oakland neighborhood of Pittsburgh, and attended St. Regis Catholic Elementary School. He attended Central Catholic High School in Pittsburgh, where he started in baseball, and won Parade All-American ...

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