Myles Brennan is no longer a college football player, but he’ll apparently still reap some of the benefits of his time with the LSU Tigers.

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What’s the next chapter for Brennan? Frankly, only he knows. With that said, the former quarterback will have a little bit of a leg up in whatever he does…thanks to his existing NIL deals.

This is certainly a case of NIL deals coming back and backfiring on the companies that have provided them, but who knows? Perhaps Brennan has a big enough profile within the LSU community that he’ll still be marketable.

The 6-foot-4, 235-pound quarterback threw for 1,112 yards and 11 touchdowns with three interceptions in 2020 for the Tigers. He missed all of the 2021 season with an injury sustained two days before training camp.

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