Andrew Brandt

President, The National Football Post

Andrew Brandt is president of a new and successful interactive web site -- The National Football Post -- featuring news, information and experienced insider insight and analysis on America's most popular sports league, the NFL. The site is and has received a strong initial response and critical acclaim.

Brandt is also a Lecturer in Sports Business at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, teaching Sports Law and Negotiations.

After attending Stanford University and Georgetown University Law Center, Brandt has had a career on both sides of professional sports. Brandt has been a player representative, first for ProServ in Washington, DC, representing top athletes such as Michael Jordan and Boomer Esiason -- and later for Woolf Associates in Boston, representing NFL players including Matt Hasselbeck, Adam Vinatieri and Ricky Williams.

Brandt has also spent many years on the team side of professional sports, first as the inaugural General Manager of the Barcelona Dragons in the NFL's World League, at that time the youngest general manager in professional sports, and then in the NFL.

Brandt was Vice President of the Green Bay Packers from 1999-2008, negotiating all player contracts, managing the NFL Salary Cap and handling football operations. And, in the 2009 NFL offseason, Brandt consulted for the Philadelphia Eagles, handling player contract negotiations and Salary Cap management.

Brandt is a regular contributor to the Fox Business News, ESPN Radio and Sporting News Radio; and a sought-after speaker on the Business of Sports.

Brandt plays jazz piano and enjoys competing in 5k races and triathlons. Born in Washington, D.C., Andrew and his wife, Lisa, have two sons.

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