A new book promises to change how people think about the NFL, the NFL and sports in general.
Written by a former NFL player and now a sports columnist for The New York Times, the book is called Super Bowl 50: The Reckoning of a SuperGame.
The book, which will be published in early February, focuses on the aftermath of Super Bowl 51, the biggest game in the NFL history.
The book is based on interviews with former players, coaches, media personalities and others, including New England Patriots defensive end Chandler Jones.
It was published Monday.
In it, Jones talks about how, during the game, he could not get out of his car, how he was not allowed to walk down the street and how he lost his job in the stadium.
Jones also says he was never able to return to his wife and two children.
He says the people who knew him best say he has a hard time coming back to life after being away for so long.
He writes that he has been a member of the Patriots since 1999 and that the team is still trying to get back together.
He also talks about his family and what it was like for him to be drafted by the Patriots out of high school and having his first NFL game on his 10th birthday.
The NFL said it is looking into the claims in the book.
The NFL said in a statement:”We are deeply saddened by the events surrounding the death of a former member of our football family.
We have been in communication with the family since this was brought to our attention.
We are aware of the allegations and are working to provide them with any necessary support.”
The book comes on the heels of a number of scandals involving the NFL that are expected to dominate news coverage for weeks to come.
The league and the players’ union are trying to come to a resolution over a long-term contract extension, a potential salary cap increase and whether the players will be able to work out a new collective bargaining agreement.