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Mark Lamping is the current team president of the Jacksonville Jaguars. He was formerly CEO of the MetLife Stadium. Prior to his stint in New York, he was president of the St. Louis Cardinals
St. Louis Cardinals
Major League Baseball team, a post he held from September 1, 1994 until March 13, 2008.[1] Lamping is now a non-executive director of English association football team Fulham, which is owned by Jaguars owner Shahid Khan.[2] Life and career[edit]

This baseball team was an important part of my summers. And to be given the chance to serve as the team president well, that’s too big of a dream for somebody like me to have.

Mark Lamping comments on leaving the St. Louis Cardinals[1]

A graduate of St. John Vianney High School in the St. Louis area, Lamping was a prominent sports-marketing executive at Anheuser-Busch before his job with the Cardinals.[1] On Thursday, March 13, 2008, he resigned as president of the Cardinals to become Chief Executive Officer of the New Meadowlands Stadium Company, where he oversaw the opening of The "Meadowlands," the new New York Giants
New York Giants
and New York Jets football stadium.[1][3] Lamping is a graduate of Rockhurst University in Kansas City, MO
Kansas City, MO
where he was a member of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. Notes and references[edit]

^ a b c d Miklasz, Bernie (2008-03-13). "Lamping resigns from Cards, takes job in New York". St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Archived from the original on 2008-03-15. Retrieved 2008-03-14.  ^ http://www.fulhamfc.com/shahid-khan/directors ^ The Official Site of The St. Louis Cardinals: Team: Front Office

Sporting positions

Preceded by Stuart Meyer St. Louis Cardinals
St. Louis Cardinals
President 1994–2008 Succeeded by Bill DeWitt III

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St. Louis Cardinals
St. Louis Cardinals
Presidents

Branch Rickey Sam Breadon Gussie Busch Fred Kuhlmann Stuart Meyer Mark Lamping Bill DeWitt III

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Current team presidents/CEOs of the National Football League

American Football Conference

AFC East AFC North AFC South AFC West

Russ Brandon (Buffalo Bills) Tom Garfinkel
Tom Garfinkel
(Miami Dolphins) Jonathan Kraft (New England Patriots) Neil Glat (New York Jets)

Dick Cass (Baltimore Ravens) Mike Brown (Cincinnati Bengals) Paul DePodesta
Paul DePodesta
(Cleveland Browns)* Art Rooney II
Art Rooney II
(Pittsburgh Steelers)

Jamey Rootes (Houston Texans) Jim Irsay
Jim Irsay
(Indianapolis Colts) Mark Lamping (Jacksonville Jaguars) Tommy Smith (Tennessee Titans)

Joe Ellis (Denver Broncos) Mark Donovan (Kansas City Chiefs) Marc Badain (Oakland Raiders) Dean Spanos
Dean Spanos
(Los Angeles Chargers)

National Football Conference

NFC East NFC North NFC South NFC West

Jerry Jones
Jerry Jones
(Dallas Cowboys) John Mara (New York Giants) Don Smolenski (Philadelphia Eagles) Bruce Allen (Washington Redskins)

Ted Phillips (Chicago Bears) Rod Wood (Detroit Lions) Mark Murphy (Green Bay Packers) Mark Wilf
Mark Wilf
(Minnesota Vikings)

Rich McKay
Rich McKay
(Atlanta Falcons) Vacant (Carolina Panthers) Dennis Lauscha (New Orleans Saints) Vacant (Tampa Bay Buccaneers)

Michael Bidwill
Michael Bidwill
(Arizona Cardinals) None (Los Angeles Rams) Gideon Yu (San Francisco 49ers) Peter McLoughlin
Peter McLoughlin
(Seattle Seahawks)

Note - Some teams may have both a President and CEO, in those cases the highest ranked of the two (according to the team), not counting the owner, is listed (*) - de facto, has president/CEO powers but under a different title

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Continental Basketball Association

Founded on April 23, 1946 • Formerly the Eastern Pennsylvania Basketball League (1946–48) Eastern Professional Basketball League (1948–1970) and the Eastern Basketball Association (1970–78) • Ceased operations on June 1, 2009

Commissioners

Harry Rudolph Steve A. Kauffman Jim Drucker Carl Scheer Mike Storen Jay Ramsdell Irv Kaze Terdema Ussery Mark Lamping Tom Valdiserri Jay Frye Steve Patterson Gary Hunter Jim Coyne Dennis Truax

Player of the Year (formerly Most Valuable Player)

Zubic (1950) Rullo (1951) Crossin (1952) McCloskey (1953, 1954) White (1955) Molinas (1956) Lear (1957) Hennessy (1958) Spivey (1959) Arceneaux (1960) Ellis (1961) Turmon (1962) Arizin (1963) A. Johnson (1964) W. Simon (1965) McCoy (1966) Murrell (1967) Wilburn (1968) Pawlak (1969) Bellamy (1970) Somerset (1971) Wingo (1972) E. Johnson (1973) Wilburn (1974) Baskerville (1975) Criss (1976, 1977) McCracken (1978) McCarter (1979) R. Davis (1980) W. Smith (1981) Valentine (1982) R. Smith (1983) Crompton (1984) Hayes (1985) Young (1986) Binion (1987) Brooks (1988) Bowie (1989) Askew (1990, 1991) Mitchell (1992) Strong (1993) Grandison (1994) Recasner (1995) Jones (1996) Boney (1997) King (1998) Griffin (1999) McInnis (2000) M. Simon (2002) Panko (2003) J. Davis (2004) Clancy Jr. (2005) Young (2007) Selvy (2008)

Newcomer of the Year

R. Davis (1978) McCarter (1979) B. Davis (1980) Russell (1981) Branson (1982) M. Davis (1983) Lingenfelter (1984) Collins (1985) Drew (1986) Johnson (1987) Allen (1988) Campbell (1989) Ferrell (1990) King (1991) Brundy (1992) Strong (1993) Monroe (1994) Bragg (1995) Nickerson (1996) Tucker (1997) McInnis (1998) Jones (1999) Smith (2000) Simon (2002) Cantrell (2003) Davis (2004) B. Thomas (2005) J. Thomas (2006) Fountain (2007) Jackson (2008)

Coach of the Year

Novak (1977) Monska (1978) M. Panaggio (1979) Klucas (1980) Karl (1981) Russell (1982) Karl (1983) Brown (1984) Jackson (1985) M. Panaggio (1986) Musselman (1987, 1988) Bibby (1989) Oliver (1989) Saunders (1990) Karl (1991) Reid (1992) D. Panaggio (1992) M. Panaggio (1993) Duncan (1994) McHone (1995) Suhr (1996) McHone (1997) D. Panaggio (1998) Jones (1999) D. Panaggio (2000) Joerger (2002) Daleo (2003) Joerger (2004) Bergman (2005) Woolpert (2007, 2008)

Rookie of the Year

Gaines (1958) McCoy (1959) Lewis (1960) Gunther (1961) Huggard (1962) Baynard (1963) Rohloff (1964) McKinney (1965) Love (1966) Wilburn (1967) Carlos (1968) Cornwall (1969) Mast (1970) Wallace (1971) Mayberry (1972) White (1973) Bell (1974) Perry (1975) Rivers (1976) Luckett (1976) M. Jones (1977) Terry (1978) E. Jones (1980) Spriggs (1982) Sanders (1983) G. Jones (1984) Turner (1985) Adams (1986) Rowan (1987) Waller (1988) Queenan (1989) Lett (1990) Thompson (1991) Kennedy (1992) Madkins (1993) Ford (1994) Warren (1995) Jackson (1996) Hopkins (1997) Hendrix (1999) Thomas (2000) Inge (2002) McElroy (2003) Bailey (2004) Powell (2006) Garrison (2007) Washington (2008)

Defensive Player of the Year

Smith (1991) Mitchell (1992) Bardo (1993, 1994) Bell (1995) Davis (1996) Beck (1997) McDonald (1998) Martin (1999) Baston (2000) Murdaugh (2002) Rice (2003) Hadley (2004) Clancy Jr. (2005) Moon (2007) Phillips (2008)

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