Green Bay Packers linebacker Dezman Moses was signed by the team this year after not being selected in the 2012 NFL Draft. Since becoming a Packer, Moses has performed in select defensive packages, but received an opportunity to contribute more to the team’s success when All-Pro linebacker Clay Matthews went down with an injury earlier this month. He has caught the eye of team decision makers and recently decided to make a decision himself.
As tweeted by Blake Baratz of The Institute For Athletes, Moses is now one of his clients.
Baratz and Moses have something in common – they both went to Tulane University. Take a trip back in time and check out Baratz’s athlete profile on Tulane’s official website. Baratz was quite the tennis player growing up.
Anyway, Baratz inherits Dezman Moses from his former agent, Chris Martin of OTG Sports Management. Baratz also represents Green Bay Packers’ tight end Jermichael Finley.