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Packers Calendar: Andrew Brandt Moderates Agent Symposium

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Packers Calendar: Andrew Brandt Moderates Agent Symposium

Happy Friday to everyone avoiding work by watching copious amounts of basketball.

On Friday starting at 8:00 a.m. CT, former Green Bay Packers vice president Andrew Brandt will take part in the annual Jeffrey S. Moorad Sports Law Symposium at the Villanova University School of Law where he now teaches.

This year's symposium is titled An Inside Look at the World of Agents: Past, Present and Future. Brandt, who is also a correspondent for ESPN and, will moderate panels that include some of the biggest names in sports agents: David Cornwell, Leigh Steinberg and Tom Condon, who represents Packers offensive lineman Bryan Bulaga.

The event is free to the public in Philadelphia, but perhaps of more usefulness to our readers, much of the symposium will be streamed live online courtesy of Villanova.

Meanwhile, scouts of the Packers will be checking out pro day action on Friday where several future NFL prospects will be in action.

Among the universities hosting workouts include Vanderbilt, West Virginia, Missouri Western, Northwest Missouri State and Stony Brook.

Vanderbilt may be the location of highest interest with several NFL-caliber players on display: wide receiver Jordan Matthews, safety Kenny Ladler, cornerback Andre Hal and offensive lineman Wesley Johnson, all of whom were coached by former Packers assistant James Franklin.

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