A pair of Cleveland Browns players – running back Isaiah Crowell and wide-receiver Ricardo Lewis – have joined Rosenhaus Sports and super-agent Drew Rosenhaus for their representation.
Crowell is coming off a season in which he rushed 198 times for 952 yards and 7 touchdowns. At the end of the season he was a restricted free agent, but signed a tender worth $2.476 million. The Browns have been working on an extension for the 5’11”, 225 pound back entering his fourth season.
As is the case when many players switch representation to Drew Rosenhaus, Crowell is looking to sign a big contract in the next year or so. With Steelers running back Le’Veon Bell seeking a long-term deal but ultimately not getting it, he received a $12.1 million franchise tag as he looks to sign a record deal for a running back. Crowell looks to have a breakout year and get paid for doing so. He was previously represented by Universal Sports Management agents Robert Brown and Kevin Conner.
Ricardo Louis is entering his second NFL season after being drafted in the 4th round last year. As a rookie, the 6’2” 215 pound Auburn product hauled in 18 receptions for 205 yards. Unlike Crowell, he is still on his rookie deal which will pay him $2,907,850 over four years until becoming a free agent in 2020. He was previously represented by SportStars.