All the Moves I Had: A Football Life
By: Wayne Stewart (with)Hardback
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All the Moves I Had is the memoir of Pro Football Hall of Famer Raymond Berry, a true giant of the game. Berry's football career spanned four decades, from his days as a star wide receiver for the legendary Baltimore Colts of the 1950s and 1960s, to his historic role in "The Greatest Game Ever Played," to his tenures as coach for the Dallas Cowboys and head coach of the New England Patriots, a team he took to the Super Bowl. He is the eighth oldest living player enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, twelfth oldest if you include coaches and owners. He writes about how he revolutionized the way receivers play the game; played a starring role in pro football's "Greatest Game Ever Played," the 1958 NFL Championship Game; found a cherished friend and legendary teammate in Johnny Unitas; and much more.
RAYMOND BERRY was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1973. He lives with his wife in Tennessee, where they often see their children and grandchildren. WAYNE STEWART is an author and sportswriter with articles in such publications as USA Today, Baseball Digest, and Boy's Life.
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