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Brandon Etheridge
General Counsel

Biography

BRANDON ETHERIDGEenters his second season as the Ravens’ general counsel, working closely with team president Dick Cass to implement strategic goals and provide legal representation/perspective. Prior to joining the organization in 2016, Etheridge worked for the NFL Management Council in New York City, where he provided counsel to many NFL team executives on a wide variety of issues regarding the Collective Bargaining Agreement, including player contracts, discipline and healthcare. He is a member of the Maryland and D.C. Bar Associations.

2016-17: (with Baltimore) 2016: Hired as the Ravens’ general counsel in September after working two years for the NFL’s Management Council.

2014-16: (National Football League) As part of the NFL Management Council, Etheridge provided counsel to team executives on issues such as the Collective Bargaining Agreement, player contracts, discipline and healthcare...Represented clubs in arbitration proceedings and advised on employment-related legal issues.

2011-14: (with Covington & Burling) Prior to his time at the NFL, Etheridge worked for the international law firm of Covington & Burling in Washington, D.C., representing numerous clients in the sports industry, including the NFL.

College/Personal Earned his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Yale University, where he was also a two-time varsity letterman as an OLB/DE on the football team...Attended Harvard Law School, where he earned a J.D. in the spring of 2011...Etheridge was born in Baltimore and raised in Maryland’s Prince George’s and Howard Counties...For much of his youth (grades 4 through 12), he attended the McDonogh School, which is located just a few miles from the Ravens’ Owings Mills facility...In 2014, was named to Forbes’ “30 Under 30” list as one of the “Sports World’s Brightest Young Stars”...Etheridge enjoys being an active member of his community...While living in New York, he sat on the board of Up2Us Sports, a national non-profit based in New York City that vets, hires and trains highly-motivated coaches and places them in youth sports organizations in disadvantaged communities...He is also on the board of the McDonogh School Alumni Association.

BRANDON ETHERIDGEenters his second season as the Ravens’ general counsel, working closely with team president Dick Cass to implement strategic goals and provide legal representation/perspective. Prior to joining the organization in 2016, Etheridge worked for the NFL Management Council in New York City, where he provided counsel to many NFL team executives on a wide variety of issues regarding the Collective Bargaining Agreement, including player contracts, discipline and healthcare. He is a member of the Maryland and D.C. Bar Associations.

2016-17: (with Baltimore) 2016: Hired as the Ravens’ general counsel in September after working two years for the NFL’s Management Council.

2014-16: (National Football League) As part of the NFL Management Council, Etheridge provided counsel to team executives on issues such as the Collective Bargaining Agreement, player contracts, discipline and healthcare...Represented clubs in arbitration proceedings and advised on employment-related legal issues.

2011-14: (with Covington & Burling) Prior to his time at the NFL, Etheridge worked for the international law firm of Covington & Burling in Washington, D.C., representing numerous clients in the sports industry, including the NFL.

College/Personal Earned his Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Yale University, where he was also a two-time varsity letterman as an OLB/DE on the football team...Attended Harvard Law School, where he earned a J.D. in the spring of 2011...Etheridge was born in Baltimore and raised in Maryland’s Prince George’s and Howard Counties...For much of his youth (grades 4 through 12), he attended the McDonogh School, which is located just a few miles from the Ravens’ Owings Mills facility...In 2014, was named to Forbes’ “30 Under 30” list as one of the “Sports World’s Brightest Young Stars”...Etheridge enjoys being an active member of his community...While living in New York, he sat on the board of Up2Us Sports, a national non-profit based in New York City that vets, hires and trains highly-motivated coaches and places them in youth sports organizations in disadvantaged communities...He is also on the board of the McDonogh School Alumni Association.

 
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