Vagabond Halfback: The Life and Times of Johnny Blood McNally
Big Earth Publishing, 2006 - 217 Seiten
He was a poet, a vagrant, a philosopher, a lady's man and a drunk. He was also one of the greatest Green Bay Packers who ever lived. This is the story of the conflicts and triumphs of Johnny Blood, the outstanding athlete whose legendary exploits off the field often eclipsed his gridiron glory.
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Growing up in NouveauRichemond 19031919
A Boy in Spring Sees the Stars 19191923
Blood is Born and Borne 19231925
The Vagabond Halfback Finds Green Bay 19261929
Johnny Blood and the Packers A Marriage Made Somewhere Outside of Heaven 19291932
What did Football Look Like in Johnny Bloods Heyday?
The Legend Grows 19321936
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