On-air host and producer of the KBR Sports podcast. Manages video/audio editing, marketing and content writing for podcast and other clients.
Brendan began working in the media in college interning for Isportsweb.com and writing for the Mace & Crown. He also has experience writing for the Boo Williams Hoops League. As well as experience writing for Endzonescore.com covering the Los Angeles Rams in which his articles were featured on Bleacher Report, Fox Sports and Yahoo Sports.
Brendan has also provided numerous articles for SB Nation covering the Los Angeles Rams and Los Angeles Lakers.
Brendan has experience doing color commentary at Old Dominion University. He also has experience doing PA announcing for Forest Park High School football games and Bridging the Gap event.
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The Los Angeles Rams and franchise quarterback Jared Goff came to terms on an extension Tuesday that will keep him with the team through the 2024 season. It is a deal that will pay him $110 million in guarantees, the most in NFL history. The deal has a total value of $134 million. Which is why it is so impressive that they kept it quiet.
The Los Angeles Rams have officially locked in their franchise quarterback for the next half-decade. This new deal will pay Goff the most guaranteed dollars in NFL history. They have agreed on a four-year extension with quarterback Jared Goff for a total of $134 million with $110 million guaranteed per Adam Schefter.
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The Los Angeles Rams extend two of the pillars of the organization in head coach Sean McVay and general manager Les Snead. As a result, both will be with the Rams through the 2023 season. A level of security both men deserve at this point.
The Los Angeles Rams made it a point to retool this offseason in hopes of returning to the Super Bowl. One of the major pickups for last year’s NFC Champions was former Baltimore Ravens safety Eric Weddle. Especially when his peers go on to vote him as one of the Top 100 players in the NFL.
The Los Angeles Rams took many huge strides last season as a franchise. Most notably making the Super Bowl. However, last season left them with just as many questions about themselves as it did answers. Continue reading →