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Education:
■1991 – 1995 Iowa State University, B.S. English

Athletics:
■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

Employment:
■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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  • Charlie Chaplin posted 388 days ago

    Charlie Chaplin

    http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/sports/football/nfl/packers/2004-10-08-scout_x.htm

  • Charlie Chaplin posted 388 days ago

    Charlie Chaplin

    "Marc Lillibridge posted 29 days ago
    Feel free to call me and talk about it anytime."

    Sure, give me the info and ill call.

  • William Servigna posted 426 days ago

    William  Servigna

    I love your articles, can you give us an article from insight of the mental aspect that represent playing in the NFL??

  • Ali Ardehali posted 689 days ago

    Ali Ardehali

    nice articles

  • Trey Haynes posted 694 days ago

    Trey Haynes

    No problem Marc, keep writing good articles.

  • Not Brian Dawkins posted 696 days ago

    Not Brian Dawkins

    Were you a practice squad member? I didn't realize you played for my team

  • Steven Schlarman posted 696 days ago

    Steven Schlarman

    All your choices were very fair, no worries about it. Glad to have a civilized discussion on it, unlike the rest of the world.

  • CJ Bateman posted 702 days ago

    CJ Bateman

    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!
    CJ Bateman

  • Jesse Reed posted 702 days ago

    Jesse Reed

    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.