Business

Brad Pyatt is a former NFL athlete turned entrepreneur and has been been listed as one the Top 50 successful athlete entrepreneurs of all time. The accomplished Senior Executive, Global Thought Leader, brings more than 15 years of success across the sports, food & beverage, and health & wellness industries. In more than 15 years, he’s founded numerous award-winning brands that have totaled over $1 billion in sales and been nominated for over 20 industry awards. Leveraging extensive experience to help enable growth for organizations, he can be a valuable advisor for startups and companies looking to scale. Besides his extensive networking contacts, broad areas of expertise include brand and product innovation, sales growth, product development, marketing and branding.

Football

NFL

Brad Pyatt’s professional football career spanned from 2003 to 2008 with the Indianapolis Colts, St. Louis Rams, Miami Dolphins, and Colorado Cush. Over his professional career he caught 165 passes for 1,859 yards and 31 receiving touchdowns. He was part of one the greatest comebacks in NFL history versus Tampa Bay in 2003 when sparked the comeback with a 95 yard kickoff return.

COLLEGE

Brad Pyatt played at University of Kentucky from 1999-2001 and University of Northern Colorado in 2002 season before leaving college early for the NFL.

HIGH SCHOOL

Pyatt is an Arvada West High School graduate and played for long-time high school coaching legend Dave Logan on the Wildcats’ Class 5A 1997 state championship team. He was a two-time high school All-American, two-time All-Colorado and All-State selection in 1996 and 1997. He was among the most-sought wide receivers in the country, recruited by over 50 colleges, led by: Southern California, Miami, Colorado, Kentucky, Michigan State, and Arizona.[1]

Personal Life

PERSONAL

Father of 2 kids Jaxon and Tatum and married to Founder of TRUWOMEN Stephanie Pyatt. Brad also coaches his Alma Mater Arvada West High School Football team as well as his son’s youth football team Arvada Regulators.

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