Team execs utilizing skills from past careers

A few former agents have given up negotiating on behalf of players and are now making deals as front office personnel.

Updated: June 7, 2005, 10:53 AM ET
By Len Pasquarelli | ESPN.com

Having worked the other side of the street for nearly two dozen years, Atlanta Falcons executive vice president Ray Anderson acknowledged, helped pave the road for his speedy success in NFL management.

Anderson is one of at least four one-time player agents now working in NFL front offices. While the career path has been a bit unusual for Anderson, Tampa Bay general manager Bruce Allen, Green Bay VP of player finance Andrew Brandt and Patriots chief administrative counsel Jack Mula, the ...

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