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Brad Gee

Vice President of Football Communications


Brad Gee enters his 16th NFL season and 15th season with the Chiefs in 2023 and embarks on his third season as Vice President of Football Communications after being promoted to the position on September 9, 2021.

He originally joined the club as a Public Relations Intern in 2009 before being hired full-time that same year. In 2011 he was promoted to Manager of Football Communications and has since continued his rise in shaping the club's football communications efforts as Assistant Director of Football Communications (2014-15) and most recently as Director of Football Communications (2016-20).

Reporting to the Executive Vice President of Communications, Gee works closely with the team's players, coaches, personnel executives and football operations departments on numerous projects and initiatives, including interviews, feature sit-downs, media preparation, team partnership obligations, internal and external player asks and special projects.

Over the last five seasons, Gee has been a part of the communications efforts for the Chiefs in hosting five straight AFC Championship Games as well as three Super Bowl appearances in four years. The two-time Super Bowl champion organized player and coach media responsibilities, schedules and preparations for Super Bowls LIV, LV and LVII.

He handles the club's day-to-day media operations and logistics, serving as the lead point of contact for media regularly assigned to cover the team. He is also the main liaison for the club's internal content teams.

Prior to joining the Chiefs, Gee served as a Communications Intern with the Denver Broncos (2008) and was a Training Camp Intern with the Broncos (2006-07), giving him a total of 16 NFL seasons and 18 NFL training camps.

He has worked nine Super Bowls, two Pro Bowls and one AFC Championship Game as a member of the NFL's public relations staff.

The Des Moines, Iowa, native graduated with a bachelor's degree in communications from Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa, where he spent three years working in the Cyclones' Athletics Communications office. Gee transferred to Iowa State following his freshman year at the Minnesota State University, Mankato.

Education: Iowa State University (B.A. 2008). Family: Wife – Megan, Children – Henry and Charlie.