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For decades, quarterbacks were the undisputed glory boys of the NFL, eclipsing interest in fleet rushers, receivers, and hard-working linemen. In the past fifteen years or so, however, wide receivers have gained ascendancy. Part of the credit for that rise belongs to Chris Carter, a talented pass catcher whose sixteen year career with the Minnesota Vikings, the Philadelphia Eagles, and Miami Dolphins earned him a place in the Pro Football of Hall of Fame. In "this memoir and more," he teams up with Emmy Award-winning ESPN journalist Jeffri Chadiha to describe the elite practitioners, strategies, and special talents of the wide receivers who have so captured our attention. An insider's view of a vaunted position.