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Kyle Brandt’s Career of Taking Chances Continues to Pay Off

As top running back at Stevenson High School in the Chicago suburb of Lincolnshire, Illinois, Kyle Brandt would strut down the halls in his letterman jacket and blast Pearl Jam from his eight-disc CD changer as he drove around in his Jeep.

But then something struck him during his senior year as he began resenting “being the jock.”

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Patricof Co Career Development Services Empowers and Supports Athletes

Paul Posluszny had a plan: play football for as long as he could, go to business school and get a job.

A second-round selection (No. 34 overall) in the 2007 NFL Draft, the former middle linebacker played 11 seasons with the Buffalo Bills and Jacksonville Jaguars before announcing his retirement in March 2018. While the Jaguars’ No. 2 all-time leading tackler is done chasing down ball carriers, Posluszny is currently in pursuit of his MBA from Carnegie Mellon University.

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Former NFL Exec Mike Tannenbaum Still Learning and Helping Others

Mike Tannenbaum is grateful. For the love, support and advice his parents, Marilyn and Richie, gave him growing up. For the four years he “wouldn’t trade for anything” working with and learning from legendary NFL coach Bill Parcells. For his time as general manager and senior vice-president of football operations with the New York Jets. For his time as executive vice-president of football operations with the Miami Dolphins. For each and every opportunity that’s come across his desk.

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Kyle Murray Knows Cardinals Taking Next Step ‘Starts With Me’

The Arizona Cardinals went into their bye week with a 5-2 record, certainly well positioned for a strong second half of the season. A subsequent 34-31 loss to the Miami Dolphins was emphatically erased after a walkoff 32-30 victory against the Buffalo Bills on November 15.

Unfortunately, the 6-3 Cardinals couldn’t continue to build momentum after the last-second Hail Mary, losing their next three games and five of their final seven to finish the season at an even 8-8.

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Tom Brady Writing His Own Fairytale Ending


It’s Tom Brady’s world and we’re all just living in it. Or at least that’s what it feels like as the quarterback is preparing for his 10th Super Bowl appearance—and potentially seventh victory—after guiding the Tampa Bay Buccaneers to Super Bowl LV on Sunday, February 7, against the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs.

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Eli Manning Impressed With Tom Brady Ahead of Super Bowl LV

When Tom Brady left the New England Patriots after 20 years, questions were raised whether or not the star quarterback was a product of the system and would have as much success without head coach Bill Belichick and offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels.

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DeMarcus Ware Launches Fitness App: Driven to Win

DeMarcus Ware could barely walk when he retired from the NFL. The Super Bowl 50 champion All-Pro linebacker was coming off multiple surgeries to treat a fractured arm, which sidelined him for more than a month during the 2016 campaign, and for a season-ending back injury that December.

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DeAndre Hopkins Trade Began ‘Trickle-Down’ Effect for Texans’ Tough Season

In a year dominated by the coronavirus pandemic, there was another event that had a ripple effect throughout the NFL. On March 22, the Houston Texans traded All-Pro wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins and a fourth-round pick in the 2020 NFL Draft to the Arizona Cardinals for running back David Johnson, a 2020 second-round pick, and a 2021 fourth-round pick.

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Aaron Rodgers Excited for First Fans at Lambeau Field in 2020

Aaron Rodgers used adjectives like “strange,” “weird” and “different” to describe the current NFL season. The Green Bay Packers star quarterback wasn’t referring to anything on the field though. In fact, it’s been business as usual for the Packers, who are atop the NFC North at 7-3 and currently situated as the No. 2 seed in the NFC playoffs.

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Eagles Shouldn’t Move on From Carson Wentz

Carson Wentz isn’t playing his best football by far and is on track to register his worst season of his NFL career, but he still has plenty of supporters in his corner.

The Philadelphia Eagles quarterback leads the league in turnovers (16), interceptions (12), and sacks (32), while ranking 31st in completion percentage (58.4).

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