Biggs: Rookies to retirees will be hitting the books
Following up on the earlier report about the continuing education programs that the NFL offers each year, we have a complete list of the players who will be attending the Harvard Business School and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. It’s a mix of players, some retired, and some who have just completed their rookie seasons.
Expected to attend Harvard in a session that runs from Tuesday to Friday are: Morten Andersen, Patrick Bailey, Champ Bailey, Charlie Batch, John Carlson, Dallas Clark, Deke Cooper, Brad Cottram, Billy Cundiff, John Denney, Brian Finneran, Vincent Fuller, Dylan Gandy, Jonathan Goff, Anthony Gonzalez, Brandon Gorin, John Hall, Arnold Harrison II, Will Herring, Kenny Holmes, Brian Jennings, Spencer Johnson, Patrick Kerney, Spencer Larsen, Olindo Mare, Corey Mays, Brandon Moore, Hannibal Navies, Dennis Northcutt, Montell Owens, Jamie Silva, Kolby Smith, Le Kevin Smith, Matt Spaeth, Jacob Tamme, Jason Taylor, Adam Terry, Josh Thomas, Spencer Tillman, Matt Turk, Madieu Williams.
The following players will be at Wharton where the National Football Post’s very own Andrew Brandt, a former executive with the Green Bay Packers, is expected to be involved in the program: Mike Adams, Lorenzo Alexander, Charlie Anderson, David Anderson, Gary Baxter, Justin Blalock, Deion Branch, Donald Brown, Copeland Bryan, Peter Clifford, Sean Considine, Jeff Faine, James Farrior, J.P. Foschi, Keyaron Fox, Kedric Golson, Adam Koets, Garrett Mills, Adam Podlesh, Brady Poppinga, Chris Pressley, Brett Romberg, Robert Royal, Tom Santi, Lawrence Sidbury, Will Svitek, Steven Vallos, Bobby Wade, Tyson Walter, Eric Winston.
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