Ralph Cindrich

Ralph Cindrich rose from economically-challenged Avella, Pennsylvania, to become an All-American football player and wrestler at the University of Pittsburgh, a four-year NFL linebacker, and a nationally recognized sports lawyer and agent.

He was recently inducted into the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame and the Western Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic League Hall of Fame for both football and wrestling.

Cindrich attended the South Texas College of Law while playing football for the Houston Oilers and established a general practice there once his career ended. In Texas, Cindrich took on a wide variety of cases, serving as court-appointed counsel and also working pro-bono on criminal cases.

In addition, Cindrich is also a well-traveled lecturer and teacher, having led seminars, study abroad programs and educational courses throughout the United States and Europe.

Accomplishments

Cindrich & Associates

A law firm specializing in corporate, partnership, and tax law, in addition to domestic agreements and civil litigation.

Cindrich & Company

A sports management firm that represented a wide array of NFL clients. That list includes more than 30 first-round picks and players who have made over 40 Pro Bowl appearances.

Overall, Cindrich has negotiated more than a billion dollars in contracts, made several landmark agreements and was twice recognized by The Sporting News as one of the 100 Most Powerful People in Sports.

 

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