Bob Stein

Bob is an attorney and initiated the Dryer v. NFL class action lawsuit in Federal Court to protect retired NFL player publicity rights.  He consults in negotiation of corporate telecom contracts at Teleplus Consulting, and was the founding president/CEO of the Minnesota Timberwolves and Target Center. After becoming a football All-American and academic All-American at the University of Minnesota, Bob played 8 years as a linebacker in the National Football League, including seasons with the '75 Minnesota Vikings and '69 Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl champion team.  While with the Chiefs, he attended law school full time, graduating in the top 10% of his class. He has served on charity boards including Children's Cancer Research Fund, Jacob Wetterling Foundation, U of M National Alumni Association, MN Boxing/Combative Sports Commission, National Football Foundation MN, and Taste of the NFL-Hunger Events.