'Never Give Upis Patriots linebacker Tedy Bruschi's account of the stroke he suffered in '05. Bruschi's recreation of his illness is compelling, as is his rationalization of why he came back and his response to those who said he shouldn't.' Sports Illustrated 'There are all sorts of subplots within the larger New England Patriots success story, none more worthy of exploring for inspirational reasons than the one involving Bruschi.' Garth Woolsey, Toronto Star 'The New England Patriots may be the most tight-lipped organization in all of sports, butTedy Bruschi broke the code of silence withNever Give Up. It's a candid accountit's personal stuff--not the sort of thing we're used to hearing from a Patriot, much less a player who's been on the roster for a dozen years. But raising stroke awareness is that important to Bruschi.' Matt Ashare, The Boston Phoenix 'I really like Michael Holley's stuffHolley wrote Tedy Bruschi's book, Never Give Up, about his life and return to football after suffering a stroke in 2005. I love the section in the book about the real-life conflict between Bruschi and wife Heidi, who, understandably wanted him to stay retired when he'd recoveredInsightful stuff.' Peter King, Monday Morning Quarterback, Sports Illustrated. 'Never Give Upis a candid reflection on the balance pros must strike between preserving their livelihood and their health. Bruschi writes compellingly about the stroke he suffered in 2005 and why--amid media and internal criticism--he decided to return to the field the next season.' Stephen Cannella, FanNation, The Sport's Illustrated's Staff blog.
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Subtítulo: MY STROKE, MY RECOVERY, AND MY RETURN TO THE NFL