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YOU CAN'T SWING A CAT WITHOUT HITTING A TUNA PROFILE
Published August 16, 1995
Patriots Coach BILL PARCELLS is featured in the current MEN'S JOURNAL and ESQUIRE magazines. Parcells, whose motivational book, "Finding A Way To Win," will be released in December, on QB DREW BLEDSOE: "I'm not interested in having a celebrity quarterback. Oh no, I don't need one of those." On his future: "There's an uncertainty that centers around this profession. But now I realize I'm just part of the assembly line" (Bob Drury, MEN'S JOURNAL, 9/95 issue). STEVE YOUNG is also interviewed in MEN'S JOURNAL and discusses life in the NFL at the age of 34 (MEN'S JOURNAL, 9/95 issue). "Entertainment Tonight" previewed Young's upcoming GQ cover story. The cover shot has him appearing to walk on water while wearing a white tux ("ET," 8/15).