Andrew Brandt

ESPN

Guest

NFL business analyst for ESPN and president of the NationalFootballPost.com; former agent and Vice President of the Green Bay Packers (1999-2008)

Andrew Brandt on KCRW

News broke earlier this month  that the Rams gave up the kitchen sink to move into the first draft spot, opinions were split.  But how soon can LA expect results?

Have the LA Rams Found the Face of Their Franchise?

News broke earlier this month  that the Rams gave up the kitchen sink to move into the first draft spot, opinions were split.  But how soon can LA expect results?

from The Mixer

The NFL makes a return to the Los Angeles media market with the Rams trekking back west from St- Louis, to a new behemoth facility in Inglewood.

The NFL Comes Back to LA...But Who Will Pay?

The NFL makes a return to the Los Angeles media market with the Rams trekking back west from St- Louis, to a new behemoth facility in Inglewood.

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The  National Football League  is a tax-exempt nonprofit — even though it makes $10 billion in revenue every year.

NFL: the 'Nonprofit Football League'

The National Football League is a tax-exempt nonprofit — even though it makes $10 billion in revenue every year.

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