So San Diego is not tough for anyone?, I like it. #underdog
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■1991 – 1995 Iowa State University, B.S. English
■3 year letter winner on Iowa State Football team -Captain and All Big Eight Honorable Mention
■1994 1st Team All Academic Big Eight
■1994: NSCA All-American
■1995 – 2000: Played in the NFL for the Philadelphia Eagles, Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins, and New Orleans Saints
■1997: Captain of Amsterdam Admirals of NFLE
■2007 – Present: NFLPA Certified Contract Advisor
■2010- Present: NFLP Association Secretary
■2000 – 2005 Scout for Green Bay Packers
■2005 – 2006: Scout for Kansas City Chiefs
■2006 – 2012: National Sports Agency Vice President
2012-Present: Owner and President, Pro Football Syndicate
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I love your articles, can you give us an article from insight of the mental aspect that represent playing in the NFL??
No problem Marc, keep writing good articles.
Were you a practice squad member? I didn't realize you played for my team
All your choices were very fair, no worries about it. Glad to have a civilized discussion on it, unlike the rest of the world.
Recently, I have been thinking about my career path, and football is my number one passion. I am currently attending GTech for an Industrial Engineering degree, which I think is suitable for this type of work. It's heavy in statistical analysis and money skills. What would I have to do to get my feet on the ground to start a career doing these types of things? It is very appealing to me. If you could hook me up with some contacts or suggestions as to where to begin, I would greatly appreciate it.
Thanks a ton!
I'm stoked that you're writing for B/R. We need more guys like you with real knowledge of the ins and outs of the NFL. Look forward to reading more of your work.