Relive the greatest moment of Miami Dolphins football in this newly updated edition of Tales from the Miami Dolphins Sideline . A unique and humorous look at life with the Dolphins, Tales from the Miami Dolphins Sideline brings fan onto the field and into the locker room through the eyes Garo Yepremian, one of Miami's most recognizable figures. With his legendary sense of humor, Yepremian brings his memories of coaches and teammates to life. From kicking in his very first professional football game, which was the first he had ever seen, to being named Kicker of the Decade, he, like those '70s Dolphin teams, overcame ermous obstacles to become a winner. Readers will relive the epic 1972 season when the Dolphins became the first and only NFL team to go undefeated. In addition, fans will revel in the treasure trove of stories and anecdotes from other Miami legends such as Hall of Famers Larry Csonka, Bob Griese, Paul Warfield, and Nick Buoniconti, as well as the No Name Defense.
Garo Yepremian is a retired Armenian-American football player best known for two stunning moments in NFL history. In 1971 Yepremian kicked a 37-yard field goal that ended the longest game in NFL history and in 1972 he fumbled the ball after a failed kick attempt and almost ended the Dolphins perfect winning streak at the Super Bowl. After retiring from the NFL, Yepremian has spent much of his time as a philanthropist, raising money for humanitarian causes across the US. He lives in Avondale, PA. Skip Clayton is a veteran sportswriter and broadcaster. He has worked for the ABC Radio Network covering sports across the nation for over forty years and can be heard every week on his one-hour radio show Racing Wrap. He lives in Sellersville, PA.