Buffalo Bills tight end Nick O’Leary has signed with Pat Dye, Jr. of SportsTrust Advisors for his representation.
O’Leary was drafted in the sixth round of the 2015 NFL Draft out of Florida State. As a Seminole, he played in 51 career games hauling in 114 passes for 1,591 yards and 17 touchdowns. A consensus All-American as a senior, he also won the John Mackey Award and set FSU’s record for career receptions by a tight end.
Although he was cut by the Bills in 2015, he resigned to their practice squad two days later. A couple months later, he was promoted to the active roster. Now in his third NFL season, O’Leary has played in 23 career games (eight starts) and has 12 receptions.
O’Leary is not the only athlete in his company, as his father, Bill, was a highly recruited tight end for the University of Georgia and his mother played volleyball for the Bulldogs as well. His athletic family lineage does not stop there, however. O’Leary’s grandfather golf-legend Jack Nicklaus.
Prior to signing with SportsTrust, O’Leary had been without representation for a while. According to the agency’s website, K Sports & Entertainment negotiated his 6th round contract with the Bills after the 2015 NFL Draft. His signing with the agency marks the second new client in the past week as Packers safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix also signed last week.