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Michael Irvin - Further Information

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FURTHER INFORMATION

Books

Newsmakers, Issue 3. Detroit: Gale Group, 1996.

Sports Stars 1-4. Detroit: U•X•L, 1994-98.

Who's Who Among African Americans, 14th ed. Detroit: Gale Group, 2001.

Periodicals

Bamberger, Michael. "Dropping the Ball." Sports Illustrated (April 1, 1996): 36-37.

"Big D, Why Hast Thou Forsaken Me?" Esquire (September 1997): 66-71.

Dent, Jim. "Air Traffic Controller." Sporting News (September 1, 1997): 34.

Galloway, Randy. "Television Show Captures Irvin's Glory, Agony." Knight Ridder/Tribune News Service (August 31, 2002).

Hill, Clarence E., Jr. "The Transformation Isn't Complete, but Michael Irvin has Gone from Partying Hard to Praying Hard." Knight Ridder/Tribune News Service (November 30, 2001).

Hoffer, Richard. "The Party's Over." Sports Illustrated (July 8, 1996): 30.

Hollandsworth, Skip. "Michael Irvin." Texas Monthly (September 1996): 110-113.

Horn, Barry. "Irvin Back in Front of Camera." Knight Ridder/Tribune News Service (June 3, 2002).

Horn, Barry. "Irvin's Exposure Increasing." Knight Ridder/Tribune News Service (July 1, 2002).

Jenkins, Sally. "The Mouth That Roars." Sports Illustrated (October 25, 1993): 72.

Leland, John, and Ginny Carroll. "The Cop, the Cowboy, and the Topless Dancer." Newsweek (July 8, 1996): 61.

"Michael Scissorhands?" Sports Illustrated (August 17, 1998): 18-19.

Wagner, William. "A Warrior Departs." Football Digest (October 2000): 6.

Other

"Michael Irvin." National Football League. http://www.nfl.com/ (December 28, 2002)

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