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Andrew Brandt is President of the National Football Post (www.NationalFootballPost.com), is an accomplished sports executive with more than 20 years’ experience in professional football, including management and player representation.
Brandt is a consultant to the Philadelphia Eagles, handling player contract negotiations, managing the NFL Salary Cap and advising on labor and collective bargaining issues. He is also a lecturer at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business, teaching negotiations, sports law and sports business; is a regular columnist for Sports Business Journal; a contributor to the NFL Network, Fox Business News, ESPN Radio and Sirius Radio; and a sought-after speaker at seminars and conferences on sports business issues.
After attending Stanford University and Georgetown University Law School, Brandt worked for ProServ, Inc., representing such athletes as Michael Jordan, Patrick Ewing, Boomer Esiason James Lofton and Arthur Ashe.
Back in 1999, Brandt joined the Green Bay Packers. As team vice president, he negotiated all player contracts, managed the salary cap and handled many other football operations for one of the most successful franchises in professional sports. His skillful management of the cap and handling of player contracts was recognized throughout the NFL. Brandt left the Packers in 2008 after the team hosted the NFC Championship game.
In 2008, Brandt launched the National Football Post to much acclaim from the football industry. The site has become a “must read” for NFL owners, executives, coaches, players and pro football fans across the nation.
About The National Football Post
The National Football Post is the premier online information source for serious 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, TheNational 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.
Hey there! I just did my first slideshow on BR! Come check out my starting lineup for week 3 in college football w/analysis & predictions:
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My good friend Leroy Watson and I have composed a piece about the history of Bill Russell. It's actually a two-part series, and we'd really love for you to check out Pt. 1.
Also, due to our extensive, hard work on this (gave this baby a good three weeks), we'd really appreciate a comment for feedback purposes.
Thanks for your time!