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  1. Sporting News Selects Pro Football's Greatest Quarterbacks: Johnny Unitas Cover by Troy Aikman, 2005
  2. Louisville Cardinals Football by Jim Bolus, Billy Reed, 1999-12-10
  3. Playing pro football to win, by Johnny Unitas, 1968
  4. Johnny Unitas: America's Quarterback by Lou Sahadi, 2004-09
  5. Johnny Unitas: Mr. Quarterback (Great American Sports Legends) by Mike Towle, 2003-09
  6. Johnny Unitas: The Best There Ever Was by Roland Lazenby, 2003-03
  7. The Johnny Unitas story (Tempo books) by Johnny Unitas, 1968
  8. Johnny Unitas by Joel H. COHEN, 1971
  9. Johnny Unitas: The amazing success story of Mr. Quarterback (Sport magazine library) by Ed Fitzgerald, 1960
  10. Johnny Unitas, (Superstars) by Charles Morse, 1974
  11. Johnny U: legend.(Editorials)(Famed quarterback launched the modern era)(Editorial): An article from: The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)
  12. Johnny U: The Life and Times of John Unitas by Tom Callahan, 2007-08-28

101. Sports: Johnny Unitas: 1933-2002
johnny unitas, who rose from a $6a-game sandlot player to become perhaps professionalfootball s greatest quarterback, died Wednesday in suburban Baltimore.
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Johnny Unitas: 1933-2002
Pure leadership: Evolving eras make it difficult to compare all-time quarterbacks, but "Johnny U.' always is in the discussion.
Compiled from Times wires published September 12, 2002 Johnny Unitas, who rose from a $6-a-game sandlot player to become perhaps professional football's greatest quarterback, died Wednesday in suburban Baltimore. He was 69. Mr. Unitas had a heart attack while working out at a physical therapy center in Timonium, Md., Vivienne Stearns-Elliott, a spokeswoman for St. Joseph Medical Center in Towson, told The Associated Press. Mr. Unitas had triple bypass surgery in 1993 after a heart attack. When he retired after the 1973 season after 18 years in the NFL the first 17 with the Baltimore Colts Mr. Unitas had a big part of the record book to himself. He led the Colts to three NFL championships. He was the first quarterback to pass for more than 40,000 yards in a career. From 1956 to 1960, he completed at least one touchdown pass in 47 consecutive games, still the record.

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