|Date of birth:||January 7, 1980|
|Place of birth:||Llano, Texas|
|Height:||6 ft 3 in (1.91 m)|
|Weight:||242 lb (110 kg)|
|Career highlights and awards|
|Career NFL statistics|
Robert Bradley Kassell (born January 7, 1980) is a former American football linebacker. He was signed by the Tennessee Titans as an undrafted free agent in 2002. He played college football at North Texas.
Kassell has also played for the New York Jets.
Kassell currently works as an assistant football coach at lago vista high school.
Kassell attended Llano High School in Llano, Texas and was a letterman in football as a quarterback. In football, as a senior, he rushed for 1431 yards and 20 touchdowns and passed for 839 yards and eight touchdowns, and was named the Class 3A All-West MVP, and won All-State second team honors. Brad Kassell graduated from Llano High School in 1998.
Kassell was a four-year letterman who played in 44 games at the University of North Texas and was named Sun Belt Conference Defensive Player of the Year during his junior and senior season. Kassell received a unanimous first-team selection to the conference teams and was team MVP in his final two seasons. He ranks third on the school's all-time tackle list.
New York Jets
In 2006, Kassell was signed as a free agent by the New York Jets. He led the Jets special teams with 26 tackles in 2007. His only professional interception was returned for a touchdown in 2005.
On February 19, 2009, Kassell was released by the Jets.
Catz Sports Performance
In 2012, Kassell joined Catz Sports Performance and Physical Therapy in Austin, TX, where he is President and Partner. 
Lago Vista High School
In 2014, he started teaching, and coaching at the Lago Vista High School in Lago Vista, Texas. He coaches the linebacker position during football season, as well as discus and shot put during track and field.
- Jets Release Tight End Baker SI.com, February 20, 2009
- Former NFL Star Brad Kassell and Marcy Kassell join CATZ Sports Performance & Physical Therapy Center in Austin, Texas PR Web, February 3, 2010