The Wharton Moneyball Post Game Podcast


Wharton Moneyball Super Bowl 53 Special

Ep. 135

Show from 1/31/19

In this special edition of Wharton Moneyball hosts Cade Massey, Eric Bradlow, and Adi Wyner broadcast from radio row at Super Bowl 53 in Atlanta. They talk to all kinds of experts on the game about everything from wearable tech and in game analytics to strategy and training. Tune in!


Eric Winston - President of the NFL Players Association, a position he was unanimously elected to for a third term in March of last year. He spent his playing days at Tackle with the Texans, Chiefs, Cardinals and most recently the Bengals. He is also currently a Wharton Executive MBA candidate.

Follow him on Twitter @ericwinston

Damani Leech - Senior Vice President of Football Strategy and Business Development at the National Football League. He is responsible for developing strategic plans that position football for long-term growth in the U.S. and abroad and he serves as a liaison for Football Operations to other league Business Units. 

Follow him on Twitter @dleech9

Bucky Brooks - An analyst for NFL Network and where he has worked since 2009. He is a former second round draft pick of the Buffalo Bills and after his playing career he spent time in the Pro Personnel Departments for the Seahawks and Panthers. 

Follow him on Twitter @BuckyBrooks

Alex Anthopoulos - Executive Vice President and General Manager for the Atlanta Braves. He was previously with the LA Dodgers organization and before that he was the Senior VP of Baseball Operations and General Manager with the Toronto Blue Jays. 

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