Play Like You Mean It, signed by Coach Rex Ryan
Come see Rex Ryan at Mendham Books! Coach Ryan will appear to sign books on Thursday, May 5th at 7:00.!
THIS IS A TICKETED EVENT WHICH MEANS THAT WITH THE PRE-ORDER AND PURCHASE OF A BOOK, YOU WILL RECEIVE A NUMBERED TICKET RESERVING YOUR PLACE IN LINE. THE NUMBERS WILL BE IN ORDER OF BOOK PURCHASE
You may obtain a ticket by preordering your copy of “Play Like You Mean It” online, or at Mendham Books store, or by calling us at (973) 543-4949. If you order online you will receive an order confirmation and your ticket number(s) by email within two working days. The tickets can be picked up at Mendham Books at any time but the book will not be available until Tuesday, May 3rd in the afternoon. Online orders will be accepted until Wednesday May 4th.
In order to ensure that the largest number of fans receive signed copies,Coach Ryan will not be personalizing . He will only sign copies of "Play Like You Mean It" purchased at Mendham Books. No memorabilia will be signed.
No football fan will want to be without the book that delivers pure, unfiltered Rex Ryan—head coach of the New York Jets and one of the most popular, outspoken, well-liked, and widely respected personalities in the National Football League.
Rex Ryan is known for his exuberance . . . and Play Like You Mean It explores every aspect of Ryan’s amazing passion for the game of football, plus the lessons he has learned in leadership and motivation during his years in and around the game. In his own words, Ryan takes readers behind the scenes of the NFL as he shares colorful football stories from his experiences with the Jets and the Ravens as well as his years recruiting players, coaching college football, and growing up as a child of legendary NFL coach Buddy Ryan. Rex’s unique brand of enthusiasm and motivation comes through on every page.
Most of all, fans will get insider access to Ryan’s headline-grabbing, brutally honest, and undeniably entertaining views on the NFL . . . and the very human side of the larger-than-life athletes who devote their lives to the game of football. From Ryan’s acceptance of the Jets head coaching job to his success in turning around a team that has long been number two in New York, from his drafting and believing in Mark Sanchez to kicking off the 2010 season with massive expectations (and a target on his back)—this book goes deep, and entertains on every level.
About the Author
REX RYAN is head coach of the National Football League’s New York Jets. He is the son of former Philadelphia Eagles and Arizona Cardinals head coach Buddy Ryan and the twin brother of Rob Ryan, defensive coordinator for the Cleveland Browns.
Published: Doubleday, 05/03/2011