Becoming a Pro

Cramer, James
November 1977
New Republic;11/12/77, Vol. 177 Issue 20, p14
Focuses on the training camp of the Philadelphia Eagles football team. Description of participants in the training camp; Ways of securing an invitation to the camp; Details of the process of selecting players for the team; Report that the players cut early gripe the loudest about unfairness; View that the reason the Eagles must keep themselves open to potential talent is that the team itself is involved in a pretty schematic meritocratic struggle each season.


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