Marc “Bridge” Lillibridge comes to LFA with experience at all levels of the game of football. Lillibridge is a natural leader, serving as captain for his Iowa State University Cyclones. After graduating college, Lillibridge enjoyed a nice professional career in the NFL suiting up for the Philadelphia Eagles, Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins, New Orleans Saints and Amsterdam Admirals (NFL-Europe). As his playing career finished up, Lillibridge has stayed active and involved in numerous aspects of the sport. He held a 6-year scouting career that took off with the Green Bay Packers and continued with the Chiefs in Kansas City. In 2007, Lillibridge switched gears and became a contract advisor for some of the biggest names in the NFL; while also lending his expertise on ESPN, Sirius XM and Fox Sports as a football insider. Lillibridge currently hosts radio shows on 590 the Fan and ESPN 101.1 in the St. Louis area.
Lillibridge is actively involved in the St. Louis community, continually coaching at the high school and youth levels, while working off the field to help his athletes obtain college scholarships and understand the process. He is a member of the St. Louis Pro Players organization, Pro Football Writers Association, and National Football Foundation. He is also a tireless advocate for different social issues and was voted the MVP of St. Louis’ chapter of Real Men Wear Pink for breast cancer awareness.