Dan Marino’s NFL legacy is simple enough: he turned football’s record book into his autobiography. Inducted in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2005, he is undoubtedly one of the most prolific quarterbacks who ever played. This biography follows his career in words and pictures, from his boyhood in Pittsburgh to his sudden stardom as an NFL sophomore in 1984, when he rewrote pro football record books with 48 touchdowns and 5,084 passing yards. His accomplishments both on and off the field are told by the best sportswriters in the business, including Edwin Pope, Dan LeBatard, and Greg Cote, to name but a few.
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The Miami Herald is a daily newspaper headquartered in downtown Miami, Florida. Founded in 1903, it is the largest newspaper in South Florida.