Fayette County author Kevin Bryant has a new non-fiction book just published by Rowman & Littlefield titled Spies on the Sidelines: The High-Stakes World of NFL Espionage. This book provides the first in-depth investigation into espionage in professional football, as well as the countermeasures used to defend against these threats. Covering all teams and eras, Kevin sheds light on the murky world of NFL reconnaissance – from covert photography and hidden prospects to listening devices and stolen documents – as well as authorized spy techniques, although sometimes questionable, which teams use day in and day out. seek to gain the advantage over their opponents.

Spies on the sidelines reveals that behind game day action, professional football can be as swashbuckling as America’s intelligence agencies. This fascinating and comprehensive compilation of NFL spy stories exposes the extraordinary measures teams are willing to take to win. “Some teams will do almost anything to win,” Kevin said. “Of course people know about Spygate and Deflategate, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg. All times collect information on opponents and there’s a whole history of NFL spy stories, many of which would fit perfectly into a Tom Clancy novel.

Kevin has a bachelor’s degree in history and a master’s degree in intelligence studies and sports management. He is also a former special agent with decades of experience collecting and safeguarding information for the US government. To learn more about Kevin and the book, you can visit his website at https://www.spiesonthesidelines.com. He’ll be leading a bunch of podcasts, radio and TV interviews and would like you to follow along. His schedule of interview links and social media handles can all be found on his website.

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