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Robert Bailey            

Former NFL Player, President of Rosenhaus Sports, Founder of the Kennedy Kids Foundation

Robert Bailey, a former American football cornerback in the National Football League (NFL), is the President of Rosenhaus Sports, one of the top sports representation agencies in the world. He is a two-time NCAA champion and two-time Super Bowl winner.

Bailey's football prowess first became apparent during his high school years, where his exceptional skills as a defensive back and kick returner earned him a scholarship to the University of Miami. At Miami, he was part of the Hurricanes squad that won the 1987 and 1989 national championships.

Bailey was selected by the Los Angeles Rams in the fourth round of the 1991 NFL Draft. He played for 11 seasons with several teams -- including the Dallas Cowboys, Detroit Lions, Washington Redskins and Baltimore Ravens -- and won two Super Bowls, one with the Cowboys in 1995, and another with the Ravens in 2000. He also went down in the record books as having made the longest punt return in NFL history when he ran 103 yards for a touchdown in a game against the New Orleans Saints.

Off the field, Bailey is known for his leadership qualities and work ethic, serving as a role model for younger players. On a personal note, he established the Kennedy Kids Foundation, which aims to prevent teenage suicide through mental health awareness, education and enhanced access to care, in memory of his daughter.

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