Cornelius Edison, a center for the Chicago Bears, has found new representation after his first year in the NFL. Edison has signed with Mook Williams of Symmetry. He was previously represented by Evan Brennan and Brian Adkins of 7 Sports Group.
Edison just finished his first season with the Bears after going undrafted out of Portland State University. While at Portland State, Edison emerged as one of the top lineman in the FCS. After his senior season at Portland State, Edison won the Rimington award as the division’s top center. The 6’3, 295 lb lineman earned his way on to the practice squad as an undrafted free agent and looks to have a bright future ahead of him as he’s only 22 years old.
Symmetry was created by Mook Williams and Brian McLaughlin in 2011 after the two left National Sports Management. One of their clients, Matt Paradis had a breakout season as the center for the Super Bowl Champion Denver Broncos. Interestingly enough, Paradis was on the Broncos practice squad last year. Can Edison have the same level of success in his 2nd year with the Bears?