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Jul 20, 2008 · From 1965 to 1973 Dick Butkus was the most revered player in professional football. Although he never played for a championship team, and one can't say he set all kinds of records, no other defender in the entire history of the NFL has so electrified the 4.6/5(23). For the first time, legendary linebacker Dick Butkus recounts his entire life story, from growing up in a blue-collar family on Chicago's South Side to his epic nine seasons with the Chicago Bears. 20 photos.3.6/5.

"Flesh and Blood" is Dick Butkus' autobiography from birth to 1997.He begins by telling about his family and some of the mischief he perpetrated as a youth. He tells of his early love for the game of football and an older brother that pursued a career as a player.He writes with a lot of admiration. Get this from a library! Butkus: flesh and blood. [Dick Butkus; Pat Smith] -- "In his first full autobiography, Dick Butkus, the legendary linebacker of the Chicago Bears from 1965 to 1973, recounts his entire life story, from growing up in a blue-collar family on Chicago's.

From 1965 to 1973 Dick Butkus was the most revered player in professional football. Although he never played for a championship team, and one can't say he set all kinds of records, no other defender in the entire history of the NFL has so electrified the game. The stories about Butkus are legendary.Author: Dick Butkus. Butkus: Flesh and Blood by Butkus, Dick and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at AbeBooks.com.