Jerry Rice (Football Superstars)
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He seemed to be able to do it all. He could catch short or long passes, and he could turn short passes into long gains.https://skiterroutoube.ml/leader-of-everywhere-honor.php
He set records, too: He held 38 NFL records when he retired. Perhaps the most amazing aspect of Rice's career was his incredible consistency. He averaged 77 catches a season for 20 years, and he caught passes in a mind-boggling consecutive games. Most in the game agree that Rice will be elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in , the first year he becomes eligible.
Football Superstars: Jerry Rice by Jon Sterngass (2008, Hardcover)
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