Brandt Leaving Packers To Pursue Other Opportunities

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The Green Bay Packers and Andrew Brandt jointly announced Monday that he will be leaving the organization to pursue other opportunities. He has served as the organization's chief contract negotiator and salary cap manager since 1999, among his other duties.

"After nine years of having the privilege of working for the Green Bay Packers and its incredible fan base, I have decided it is time to move on to pursue other opportunities, goals and challenges," Brandt said. "I have hopefully contributed in a small way to the success of this franchise over the years and am certain there is much more success ahead. I will cherish my time working for this unique organization and will forever have fond memories of the people, the players and the fans of Packer nation."

"We want to thank Andrew for his contributions the last nine years," said Ted Thompson, Packers Executive Vice President, General Manager and Director of Football Operations. "We appreciate his fine work in the area of contract negotiations and salary cap management. He will be missed. The Green Bay Packers wish him the very best in his future endeavors.

"With regard to contract negotiations and salary cap management, we currently have people in place internally to effectively operate in this area until we have a new person to fill this role."

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