Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-up (9/19/2014)
Ever remember a crazier week for the NFL? People are calling for Roger Goodell’s head, players are getting held out of games and practice but still earning paychecks and every day it seems like there’s a new domestic violence announcement. After a terrible Thursday night game, can’t wait for Sunday to roll along. And there’s that Saturday Gators vs. Crimson Tide game. Not too optimistic about that one. Interested in morals clauses and how it affects a guy like Adrian Peterson who is losing sponsors? Check out my law firm’s blog post on that subject. This week on FORBES: (1) UCF Commits To Its Athletes’ Futures And Announces Plan For $6.5 Million Student-Athlete Center; (2) Vikings Justification For Not Punishing Adrian Peterson Is Pathetic; and (3) The Women’s Advocacy Group That Won’t Give Up Until Roger Goodell Resigns.
And as always, the weekly wrap-up:
- Never heard of Howard Jaffe, but he admitted to writing a bad check [Super Bowl party planner pleads guilty, avoids jail time].
- Todd France will continue to operate as agent [Pegula divests from sports agency to clear way for Bills purchase].
- I’m quoted in this very thorough article [How Ray Rice Will Fight The NFL To Play Football Again].
- NFL Players Inc. has given players option to craft quick sponsorships [How NFL Players Are Winning the Game for Micro Endorsements].
- Scott Boras’ company leads the pack [The World’s Most Valuable MLB Agencies].
- Stewart would have to drop his gig as an agent [Stewart, seen as a favorite, has agreed to interview with Diamondbacks].
- CEO of Mayweather Promotions may be on the chopping block [Big changes to Team Mayweather?].