Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-up (3/10/2017)
So the days are dwindling down as we get closer to December 23, when I am getting married. Yeah, we even have a website. I also posted a picture this past week that our marvelous photographer took during our “Engagement Shoot.” A lot goes into getting married! But before the wedding, there’s a lot more traveling to do, including two stops over the next week. First, I’m headed to Austin for my first SxSW experience. I’ll be speaking on a sports business panel (surprise, surprise). Later in the week, I’m headed to Las Vegas for an annual March trip. Let me know if you’ll be in either location! I will definitely be placing a bet on Team Israel if they’re still in the World Baseball Classic.
This week on Forbes:
(1) This Week In Sports Law: Fantasy Football Suspension, Matt Barnes Arraigned, Johnny Manziel Comeback;
(2) Cincinnati Coach Mick Cronin Sued By Sports Agency For $206,000;
(3) NFL Sponsorship Soars To $1.25 Billion, Up 4.3% Year-Over-Year; and
(4) Athleisure Shows Stability In Choppy 2016 For $87 Billion Sports Manufacturers Industry
This week on Inc.: How the Miami Dolphins Are Turning Their Players into Entrepreneurs
And as always, the weekly wrap-up:
- Agent Carl Carey says Peppers still has the desire and enthusiasm for the game [Julius Peppers committing to 16th season].
- David Dunn the benefactor of Glennon’s new deal [Mike Glennon gets an agent, just in time].
- A little heat for our friend Joel Corry [Oh boy, this agent’s projected Dont’a Hightower contract is insane].
- Evan Brennan talked a bit about the NFL Combine and talent coming out of the State of Utah [NFL agent Evan Brennan explains what helps & hurts guys in the NFL Combine].
- This was known for some time, but now it’s official [Sports Agent Pelinka Chosen as Lakers’ New GM].
- Cohen works with BTI Sports [Spartan Spotlight: Jeremy Cohen ’12].