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Former NFL player (1990, 1991, 1993 - New Orleans Saints, 1992 - Detroit Lions). First team all PAC10 and honorable mention All American his senior year, played in three consecutive Rose Bowls at University of Southern California. Son of highly respected NFL Player & coach Earl Leggett, who played in the NFL for 12 years and was part of “The Monsters of the Midway”. Earl coached for 25 years. Brad and Earl were the first father & son to play for the New Orleans Saints.

Brad being a successful entrepreneur has produced two infomercials, built web based affiliate marketing programs, owned and operated a nutrition education business with seven locations, and was the owner of a sports nutrition company. Brad currently hosts Pro Players' Elite Networks podcast which is dedicated to giving a platform to NFL players and coaches to promote themselves and what they are doing now. Brad feels every former player has a story whether he has played one season or ten. Brad said, “ I have heard so many incredible journeys of former players who are now doing amazing things!” Brad is a NFL historian and curator of this extensive network of NFL players and coaches; he is dedicated and has tremendous connectivity to the network.




Kelley has been an Interior designer for over 25 years with an extraordinary eye for detail. Passionate about her work, Kelley’s exceptional skills and strong sense of character provide invaluable insight and knowledge towards spearheading initiatives and support for the partners and spouses of PPEN athletes. In addition, it will help to create awareness of numerous opportunities in which they can become engaged.

Kelley was raised in Hawaii where development and design were the foundation of her family background. She learned incredible design knowledge at a very young age from her step-father Christopher B. Hemmeter. Chris pioneered the concept of the destination resort. He was the owner of The Hawaiians of The World Football League in 1974 and became the commissioner of the league in 1975. Kelley collaborated on design ideas and was instrumental in her support of project development efforts for major resorts such as The Hyatt Regency Waikoloa, The Westin Maui, and The Westin Kauai at The Kauai Lagoons.

While working with Hemmeter Companies, she refined her ability to create special surroundings for a wide variety of clients. These clients included luminaries in the fields of politics, entertainment, and business. Kelley also completed a project for Bravo Television to re-design the home of “American Idol” star Paula Abdul. Dog rescue is a passion for Kelley and she volunteers her time to The Rescue Train and Saving K9 lives, Los Angeles based rescues.