Colt McCoy Launches Book “Growing Up Colt”
Cleveland Browns quarterback, Colt McCoy, has had his nose in a book for as long as he can remember. However, the one the book he holds closest to his heart does not have pass plays or formation notes scribbled inside. Colt and his father Brad McCoy published their co-authored book, “Growing Up Colt”, earlier this month and have made quite a splash within the football community.
The McCoy’s book focuses on the achievements in Colt’s young football career and the family’s unrelenting faith in God. For Browns fans, Colt gives a great look inside of his past and also gives perspective into what type of person Cleveland has as their quarterback moving forward.
“Growing Up Colt” is currently available through all major book stores and many online book retailers.
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