According to a post on his Instagram account, Drew Rosenhaus and his agency, Rosenhaus Sports, has signed Atlanta Falcons free safety Ricardo Allen. He was previously represented by Relativity Sports.
The former fifth round pick (147 overall) of the 2014 NFL Draft out of Purdue University is slated to become a free agent in 2017. In 2016, he has played and started all 11 games, racking up 68 tackles with one interception. For his career, he has 129 total tackles with four picks.
By signing with powerhouse agency Rosenhaus Sports, Allen looks to capitalize on his impending free agency and sign a big contract.
Singing Allen is not the only move that Rosenhaus has made recently. With many college football players’ seasons coming to an end this past weekend, there have been announcements of players declaring for the NFL Draft. Former University of Miami DE Al-Quadin Muhammad has declared for the draft and signed with Rosenhaus, according to reports. Muhammad was dismissed from the Hurricanes’ football program in August after allegedly committing NCAA violations found after a six-month probe into dealings with a South Beach luxury rental car agency.
He was coming off a breakout redshirt sophomore season in 2015 in which he finished third on the team with 54 total tackles, first in tackles for loss (8.5) and sacks (5.0).
As he prepares for the 2016 NFL Draft, Rosenhaus and co. will prepare him for the almost certain questions about his off-the-field issues that ultimately ended his career at The U.