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Michael Lombardi is the National Football Post's (www.NationalFootballPost.com) head writer and editor in chief. Mike’s 20+ years in the NFL circle gives him access and insight into the minds of football’s greatest architects (Bill Walsh, Mike Shanahan, Bill Belichick, Marty Schottenheimer and more). Furthermore, Mike has personal access to every NFL general manager, head coach and head scout.
Mike oversaw the Oakland Raiders’ and the Cleveland Browns’ personnel departments for several years, selected the talent for those teams and evaluated every player currently in the NFL. Mike will give us a distinct advantage over our competitors because of his elite status within NFL circles, his charismatic communication skills, his unparalleled expertise evaluating every aspect of football and his personal experience working as a Senior Executive. He has also negotiated player contracts for multiple NFL teams, working hand in hand with owners, head coaches, general managers, salary cap managers and pro personnel directors. His vast skill set and unique experiences far exceed those of our competition.
-23 Years as a high level executive in the NFL
-12 years in the NFL Playoffs
-5 Conference Championship Games
-2 Super Bowls: Win (1984) Loss (2003)
-26 years of professionally evaluating football players (college & pro)
-Host, CBS Sports "NFL Pregame Show"
-Has worked with the San Francisco 49ers, Cleveland Browns, Oakland Raiders, Philadelphia Eagles, and Denver Broncos
-Talent and writer for Sports Illustrated, NFL Network and SI.com
-Author, LombardiOnFootball.com, a blog becomming well-known in insider circles
About The National Football Post
The National Football Post is the premier online information source forserious football fans. Managed by a cross-section of NFL insiders, it features in-depth news, information and analysis at a level unique among sports Web sites. Beyond the usual news, statistics and highlights, The National Football Post offers deeper insight into the game and how front office operations, player negotiations and other business developments can impact it. The site's insider blogs, news roundup, fantasy football analysis and user commentaries will give the serious fan a pipeline to the inner workings of professional football and provide powerful research for any fantasy football participant. The National Football Post is available at www.NationalFootballPost.com.
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