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December 17, 2008

Writing Plaxico Burress's Autobiography

In the Super Bowl afterglow, Jason Cole turned the Giants receiver's spoken words into a book. Now his co-writer is facing a gun charge and three and a half years in prison.

Max Lakin

Lately, Plaxico Burress—embattled celebrity wide receiver of the New York Giants football club with a name just built for a toothpaste jingle—is famous for all the wrong reasons, particularly his recent turn as a walking PSA for child-safety locks on guns. It's ironic that once-sure-handed Burress—who logged more than 1,000 yards and 70 receptions last season and reeled in that Super Bowl-ring-clinching touchdown—couldn't handle a gun without shooting himself in his own shanks.

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- Sports
- posted on Dec 20, 08

this is a great read

- Sports
- posted on Aug 16, 09

Good article.

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