Between signing new clients, continuing to get settled in my new apartment in Ft. Lauderdale, providing new (hopefully quality) posts to this website, promoting the hell out of my guys (Clint Robinson up for Triple Crown winner in the Texas League!), doing some Trademark & Family Law work, and much more – this has been a very busy week. But busy is always better than boring. The University of Florida kicks off its 2010 season on Saturday. I experienced it in person for the past seven years. That is no longer the case. I will be back up for the LSU game, though, so if you plan on being in Gainesville for that game, make sure to hit me up. To my Jews, Happy New Year next week. Here are some stories I missed over the past week:
- Not news. A-Rod has had Resinger as legal rep for a while now [Alex Rodriguez using Pittsburgh attorney, not Scott Boras, as legal representative].
- A look at an email Brandon Webb’s agent sent to a popular baseball blog [Webb Seeking Significant Base Salary For 2011].
- Teams that do not spend big money in free agency are proving to be very aggressive in the draft [Surprise Teams Spend On Draft].
- As of today, the San Diego Union-Tribune story is still up [Vincent Jackson, agents demand retraction from San Diego Union-Tribune].
- I bet they also live longer than offensive tackles, on average, due to an adherence to a healthier diet [Is Cornerback The Next Great Money Position?].
- I think Stoops is way off, but they did not quote me on that! [Bob Stoops: Amnesty for some players].
- California’s sports agent law being tested [Sports Agent Sued for Collecting Illegal Commissions; Action Sports Athletes Entitled to Refund].
- No one has seen a lift in popularity quite like Victor Cruz [Rising Sports Stars: September 2010].