In this episode we cover Jim's book about the Cleveland Rams, the NFL Champ that left too soon. You'll hear some pretty cool stories about things long forgotten. There are also some pretty interesting.
Jim Sulecki is 2016 winner of the Nelson Ross Award from the Professional Football Researchers Association for “outstanding achievement in pro football research and historiography” for his book The Cleveland Rams: The NFL Champs Who Left Too Soon, 1936–1945 (2016, McFarland). He is a fourth-generation native of Greater Cleveland, a one-time sports reporter for a daily newspaper, and a long-time business media editor and editorial director who now is semi-retired and owner of 40 Seasons Media LLC. His grandfather and father were in attendance at the 1945 NFL Championship Game won by the Cleveland Rams. Sulecki and his wife Louise have two grown children, Erika and Nathan, and reside in Mentor, OH, where Jim now is developing a forthcoming book about Art Modell.
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