About the Author
Lenny Moore distinguished himself on the gridiron in the 1950s and 1960s playing at Penn State and with the Baltimore Colts. He won numerous awards including Rookie of the Year (1956), Most Valuable Player, and Comeback Player of the Year (1964). He was a seven-time All-Pro selection and member of two League Champions (1958 and 1959), and was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame (1975). Currently working as a Program Specialist in the Education Department for the Maryland State Department of Juvenile Justice, Moore and his wife Edie live in Randallstown, Maryland. He recently founded the Leslie Moore Scholarship Foundation and devotes time to the National Scleroderma Foundation. This is his first book. Jeff Ellish resides with his wife Cortney in Phoenix, Arizona. This is his second published work. Previously, he was the editor of the New York Daily News' history of the New York Rangers, titled Millenium Memories.