Yesterday, I reported on Jeff Sperbeck’s 2012 NFL Draft Class at The NOVO Agency. Sperbeck has signed RB LaMichael James from Oregon and WR Nick Toon from Wisconsin. Toon is being co-represented by Ralph Cindrich.
Cindrich is a member of the Texas and Pennsylvania bar. He was a 1972 5th round NFL draft choice and played professional football with the Houston Oilers and the New England Patriots for four years from 1972 to 1975. He also played collegiately at the University of Pittsburgh where he was a two-sport All-American and All-East in football (1969, 1971) and wresting (Eastern Champion, 4th NCAA, 1969). Cindrich started representing players in 1977, and still represents NFL players to this day.
Other than Toon, Cindrich is representing WR/Special Teams player TJ Borcky of Colorado State and LB Andrew Sweat of THE Ohio State University. Toon is the highest rated player of the three, but Cindrich is likely representing all three players in large part based on his ties to their family members. These days, Cindrich seems to be doing more teaching, lawyering, and tweeting than agenting. I wish him the best with his three new clients.
One reply on “Catching Up With Ralph Cindrich’s 2012 NFL Draft Class”
Ralph Cindrich is a rat. I will on information derived from a imo, vindictive and untrustworthy,