LOST CHAMPIONS: Four Men, Two Teams, and the Breaking of Pro Football's Color Line
Traces the history of pro football's integration from the early 1930s through the dramatic 1946 season, to the 1950 NFL Championship Game--a showdown between the Rams and Browns, and the most prolific offenses pro football had ever seen. 16 pages of photos.
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