Atlanta Falcons safety Robenson Therezie has signed with Element Sports Group. He was previously represented by Joseph Schulz.
After going undrafted out of Auburn in the 2015 NFL Draft, Therezie signed a three-year deal with the Falcons. The 5 foot 9, 212 pound safety was an All-SEC Honorable Mention in 2013 after leading the team with four interceptions. He played in 49 collegiate games, with 25 starts and tallied 116 total tackles (83 solo), 8.5 TFL, one half sack and two forced fumbles, according to his page on the Falcons roster.
In his rookie year, he appeared in 13 games with two starts. He totaled 33 tackles (27 solo), 2 pass deflections and one interception. His interception came at a pivotal time, with 91 seconds remaining in an October game against the Tennessee Titans, which allowed the Falcons to run out the clock to a 10-7 victory. In April, Atlanta head coach Dan Quinn told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution that there were six players he was counting on to elevate their game this season, Therezie was one of them. After releasing starting free safety, William Moore, in February, the opportunity is there for Therezie to win the starting job.
At the Atlanta-based Element Sports Group, partners Michael Perrett and Kevin McGuire will represent Therezie. The agency made headlines in 2015, when after only 7 months of existence sent 6 of its 7 rookie clients to the NFL Combine.