Andrew Brandt, who writes about the business of football for the National Football Post, is an accomplished sports executive with more than 20 years' experience in professional football. Brandt is also the NFL Business Analyst for ESPN, providing insight and analysis on the NFL labor situation and all business of football issues for ESPN television and radio. Brandt can be seen across all platforms on ESPN.
For media appearances, speaking engagements and all other requests for Andrew, please contact Adam Woullard at Adam.Woullard@nationalfootballpost.com
He previously worked as a sports representative for ProServ and Woolf Associates, was general manager of the Barcelona Dragons in the NFL’s World League and served as a team vice president of the Green Bay Packers from 1999 to 2008, negotiating player contracts and managing the team’s salary cap. He served as a consultant to the Eagles in the 2009 off season and lectures at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business on negotiations, sports law and sports business. Brandt is president of the NFP.
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The numbers behind the game
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DEC 19 Joel Corry
A look at how the Chicago Bears could swing a trade to deal their high-priced quarterback.
DEC 12 Joel Corry
Should San Francisco decide to part ways with its quarterback, here’s how it would work.
DEC 10 Erik Oehler
Sometimes they aren't out to get you.