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Timed for the 50th anniversary of his legendary Super Bowl "Guarantee", the NFL icon who

first brought show business to sports is finally ready to tell the story of his spectacular rise

and reign as "Broadway Joe", to his struggles with alcoholism, to the redemption he found

in God later in life. "I guarantee it." Three days before the now-legendary 1969 Super Bowl III,

quarterback Joe Namath promised the nation that he could lead the New York Jets to a clear

underdog victory against the seemingly invincible Baltimore Colts. In what has been remembered

as perhaps the biggest upset in football history, that game catapulted the young superstar to not

only football immortality but also into a stratosphere of celebrity the likes of which only a few

athletes have ever achieved. But before all that, "Broadway Joe" was just Joe, the small-town kid

from Beaver Falls, PA with an arm so impressive that it caught the attention of University of

Alabama's Bear Bryant. Following a knockout four-year run at Alabama, Namath was

ceremoniously courted by every professional football team. Yet it was the New York Jets who

offered a then-unheard-of figure, $427,000, to bring football's Golden Boy to the upstart AFL. In an

era of raucous rebellion, shifting social norms, and political upheaval, Namath's rougeish charm

quickly became symbolic of the commercialization of pro sports, while his progressive views on

race further pioneered integration on the gridiron. By 26, with a Super Bowl title under his belt,

Namath was quite simply the most famous athlete alive. Although his legacy has been cemented

in the history books, underneath the eccentric yet charismatic personality was a player plagued by

injury and addiction, both sex and substance. Doctors treated him with a stiff cocktail of painkillers,

some strong enough to literally knock out a horse, and Namath matched these prescriptions with

his own medication, Johnnie Walker, which fueled countless nights that began alongside the likes

of Sinatra and Mantle, and ended in bed with the moment's most fashionable model or actress.

When his injuries permanently derailed his career, he turned to Hollywood and endorsements, not

to mention a tumultuous marriage with Deborah Mays and fleeting bouts of sobriety. Now 74 years

old and dry, Namath is finally ready to pull back the curtain on a life that might have seemed

charmed, but in reality was anything but. Rich with personal history, private insights, and deep

reflection, Namath is prepared to reveal the man behind the icon in this memoir that is as much

about football and fame as it is about addiction, fatherhood, and coming to terms with one's own

mortality.PLEASE NOTE: When you purchase this title, the accompanying PDF will be

available in your Audible Library along with the audio.

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