ABOUT ANDREW

With over 25 years of experience in professional football, Andrew Brandt is considered one of the top sports media insiders in the industry, bringing credibility, intelligence and experienced insight. As ESPN’s Business and Legal Analyst, Brandt appears regularly on all platforms of ESPN, including “Outside the Lines”, “SportsCenter”, “NFL Insiders” and “NFL Live” and as well as multiple ESPN radio programs.

Brandt provides unique perspective on the league and player negotiations, policy questions, player finance and other key business and legal aspects of sports. Brandt is also a weekly columnist on the business of football for Sports Illustrated’s football-centric website TheMMQB.com and makes periodic contributions to Sports Illustrated magazine. His columns have become a “must read” for sports industry executives and fans alike.

ANDREW’S TIMELINE

1982

Graduated from Stanford with a Bachelor of Arts Degree

Graduated from Stanford with a Bachelor of Arts Degree

1985

Graduated from Georgetown with Doctorate in Law

Graduated from Georgetown with Doctorate in Law

1991

Becomes the youngest GM in sports with the Barcelona Dragons

Becomes the youngest GM in sports with the Barcelona Dragons

1991

Barcelona beats Birmingham to advance to the World Bowl

Barcelona beats Birmingham to advance to the World Bowl

1999

Named VP of the Green Bay Packers

Named VP of the Green Bay Packers

2008

Cofounder of the National Football Post

Cofounder of the National Football Post

2008

Lecturer, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania

Lecturer, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania

2011

Hired by ESPN as a Sports Business Analyst

Hired by ESPN as a Sports Business Analyst

2012

Named Director of Moorad Center of Sports Law at Villanova University

Named Director of Moorad Center of Sports Law at Villanova University

2013

Hired by Sports Illustrated as a columnist for Peter King’s MMQB

Hired by Sports Illustrated as a columnist for Peter King’s MMQB

2016

TODAY

Andrew continues to write for MMQB, contribute at ESPN, deliver weekly podcasts,
make appearances on national radio and television outlets, and make public speaking engagements
across the country.

In terms of opposing fans populating stadium, was same in San Diego. When we played there when I was with Packers, called it Lambeau West.

As I keep saying, to the NFL these are just speed bumps on the way to the Shangri-La in Inglewood.

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