Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-up (9/2/2016)
College football is back (would have really enjoyed an early Tennessee loss), the NFL preseason is done and it’s time to enjoy a nice, long Labor Day weekend. Unfortunately, I have to do some traveling on Labor Day. Back to Washington D.C. for NFLPA-related arbitration work. In fact, September is going to be full of traveling for me, between D.C., Las Vegas, Orlando, St. Louis, New York and Dallas. It won’t be long until I miss my bed in Fort Lauderdale.
This week on Forbes:
(1) This Week In Sports Law: Daily Fantasy Discussions, Pierre-Paul Pushes Forward, NHL Preps For Vegas;
(2) Boston Celtics Forward Jonas Jerebko Buys eSports Team; and
(3) DraftKings Raises $150 Million To Kick Off 2016 NFL Regular Season
And as always, the weekly wrap-up:
- Has Jimmy Sexton done his best job with Will Muschamp? [Saban reigns supreme while Malzahn doesn’t fare so well]
- Drew Rosenhaus finally succeeded in getting the Steelers to restructure [How Steelers, Antonio Brown pulled off $6 million non-negotiation].
- Miami with problems related to rental-car benefits involving a sports agent [Car dealer in Canes scandal linked to NFL agent and former player’s attorney].
- Agent Corey Williams advised Tavarres to stand [Ex-UIW linebacker Myke Tavarres decides not to sit during national anthem].
- The former player turned sports agent died from coronary atherosclerosis [Joel Cornette’s cause of death released].
- Always be thinking about the game after the game [Ten Financial Tips for Professional Athletes].