I really hope all of you enjoyed the most recent Dynasty Notes. A lot has happened since the post, which was only a couple of days ago. We have some deals on the table for our two baseball clients and just announced the development of Dynasty’s Entertainment Division (go to the Clients section on the Dynasty site to learn more). I am heading back to South Florida today to attend my step-brother’s wedding. Should be a nice weekend. Here are some stories that I skipped over in the past week:
- Wonderlic scores are out! Ryan Clady of Boise State must have not eaten his Wheaties the morning of the test [NFL teams weigh Wonderlic tests].
- Al Harrington dropped Arn Tellem for Dan Fegan [Fegan Gets Another One].
- At least Gary Sheffield is happy that the Detroit Tigers just gave Miguel Cabrera its largest contract offer in the organization’s history [Cabrera set to ink Tigers’ biggest pact: $153.3 million].
- Dave Pepe got his client, Joe Nathan, a solid deal for a closer worth at least $47 million. What teams do you think the limited no-trade clause applies to? [After 37 saves in 2007, Nathan agrees to new four-year contract with Twins].
- You have to be a pretty decent player when accepting a 6-year $50.2 million contract is considered taking a hometown discount [Trufant agrees with Seahawks on long-term deal].
- Cal receiver DeSean Jackson signed with DeBartolo Sports and has been preparing for the NFL by practicing with Jerry Rice [The Dynamic Duo: Jackson and Rice].
- Sports agent Brian Levy is hosting the third annual Walk Under The Stars 5K Marathon this Sunday in Aventura, Florida to help raise money and awareness for cystic fibrosis. I actually used to run the 3.1 mile trail [Miami Triad Crush expects record number of triathletes to compete Sunday].
- Interested in learning how Congress has attempted to regulate sports in the past? [Timeline: Politicizing America’s pastimes]
- It’s been a while since SportsAgentBlog.com has been on Carnival of the NBA. We make our return with a post on Carmelo [Carnival of the NBA #55].
This week’s featured post is Jason Wulterkens’ Dolphins On The Clock. Weigh in and give your thoughts on Jason’s opinion of the Fins’ franchise. Check out the story by clicking Featured on the right sidebar.