The Business of Sports with Andrew Brandt

The Business of Sports with Andrew Brandt takes listeners inside the game with in-depth interviews and analysis by one of the leading voices in the field. Andrew Brandt spent a decade each as both a player agent and as Vice President of the Green Bay Packers and is now ESPN's Sports Business Analyst, a weekly columnist at and the Director the Moorad Center for Sports Law at Villanova University. Brandt, who provides insight and analysis to the Ross Tucker Football Podcast every Wednesday, now hosts his own program, interviewing sports industry leaders making news in the sports business. Brandt will pull back the curtain on the inner workings of sports with league and team executives, agents, lawyers, CEOs and other top sports professionals. The Business of Sports with Andrew Brandt will inform, educate and entertain listeners with truly unique perspectives not heard anywhere else.


RTAB #54: Brandt's Rants

Andrew compares the business of the NBA to the NFL, Michael Oher, & Amazon, & more on this week's podcast.


Past Episodes

Andrew talks with Whoop CEO, Will Ahmed about their deal with the NFLPA to monitor and sell player's data from Whoop's wearable health monitoring device.
Andrew talks with Washington Post columnist Sally Jenkins about her recent article regarding Tom Brady hiding concussions.
Andrew talks about what agents are negotiating for in NFL rookie contracts and Mark Cuban's comments on NBA teams tanking once they are eliminated from the playoffs.
Super Agent Tom Condon talks with Andrew about his scouting process for new clients, his nine 1st round clients in this year's draft, and what the future is for Sam Bradford in Minnesota.
Andrew discusses his time at ESPN and being a part of the recent layoffs.
Andrew talks with Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins about his social activism, advice for draftees, and much more on this week's podcast.
Boston bombing survivors Celeste & Sydney Corcoran talk with Andrew about the bombing, their recovery, and how they are helping others through their, "One World Strong" foundation.
Sports Business Journal's John Ourand is this week's guest on the Business of Sports podcast. He and Andrew discuss Tony Romo's decision to join CBS and the impact of Amazon's $50M rights fee to stream Thursday Night Football.
Andrew's thoughts on the Vegas Raiders, Goodell shortening games, and Kaepernick distraction discrimination.

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