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      This First Edition, First Printing is personally signed by Wayne Chrebet on the title page. In great condition, never read, full number line, the dust jacket shows slight wear, but the pages and all show "as new".


      The NFL's most popular wide receiver tells the remarkable and inspirational story of how he went from an undrafted walk-on to an everyman hero and star of the New York Jets.

      Growing up in hardscrabble Garfield, New Jersey, Wayne Chrebet was always too small or too slow or too something to be taken seriously as a football player. And even after an impressive career in high school, he wasn't even a blip on the recruiting radar screens of the big-time college programs.

      Instead, Wayne went to Hofstra University in Long Island without a scholarship. Mom and Dad paid the eighteen-thousand-dollar-a-year tuition, and Wayne held up his end of the deal by earning a degree while setting record after record on the football field. But even after tying an NCAA mark held by Jerry Rice, Wayne's name was not called during the 1995 NFL draft. Undaunted, Wayne dedicated himself to being ready if and when he got the chance to prove the skeptics wrong.

      Four remarkable years and hundreds of catches later, Wayne has been singled out as one of the key ingredients that turned the Jets from laughingstock to Super Bowl contender. His secret is simple. He plays as if every down and every distance to go were his last.

      Full of inspiration, motivation, and charm, Every Down, Every Distance is the perfect book for football fans who root for the underdog.

      Secure your Signed Edition copy today while supplies last.

      Product Details

      • Edition: Autographed First Edition (Hardcover)
      • Hardcover: 288 pages
      • Publisher: Doubleday
      • ISBN-13: 978-0385496308