One round of the NFL Draft is done, and boy was it dominated by Laremy Tunsil. First, a tweet of him smoking out of a bong, followed by Instagram content demonstrating a request of payment from someone connected to Ole Miss. I wonder how the next 6 rounds are supposed to top that. I was in San Francisco this week speaking on fantasy sports and was able to attend a Golden State Warriors game at the Oracle Arena. The energy was amazing, despite the fact that the Warriors dominated throughout and won by roughly 30 points.
This week on Forbes: (1) Family Office FFO Adds Prominent Athlete Clients Including Draymond Green; (2) Tom Brady 4-Game Deflategate Suspension Ruled An Appropriate Sanction By Second Circuit; and (3) The Agents Representing Top 2016 NFL Draft QBs Goff, Wentz And Lynch.
This week on Inc.: (1) How Michigan Could Lead a Change in Online Gambling; and (2) How Small Fantasy Sports Companies Are Finding a Voice.
And as always, the weekly wrap-up:
- Think Jimmy Sexton had a busy evening? [Agent says Tunsil’s account hacked after bong hit video leaks]
- It’s good to be the Shark [NFL Agent Drew Rosenhaus Shows Off His Gorgeous Wife And Insanely Hot Sister-In-Law On Draft Day].
- It’s rare to get Segal to speak [What It’s Like to Be an NFL Super Agent].
- Tom Condon obviously unhappy [Sam Bradford’s agent: ‘Would be nice’ if Eagles shared draft plan].
- David Sugarman went from #BringBaeBack to helping Warmbier [NBA agent works to bring back Otto Warmbier].
- The NBA has announced early entry candidates for the 2016 NBA Draft [Early Entry Candidates].