So we officially soared to new Heitners. Some of you who have been reading this blog for a long time were in attendance at my wedding with Brooke. Others have certainly been inundated with updates. It was honestly a magnificent affair, and I am beyond excited to see what the future brings personally and professionally. It’s been a slower December for my rooting interests with the Dolphins playing poorly, the Heat being mediocre and the Gators without a Bowl game. My excitement has shifted to the beginning of January, when I’ll be heading to South Africa, Zimbabwe and Zambia for some relaxation, a safari and a river cruise. These Friday updates may or may not be published, but the regular contributors will keep the site fresh with new information.
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And as always, the weekly wrap-up:
- Arians has hired a media agent in case he retires [Cardinals eyeing coaching options if Bruce Arians walks away].
- Texas Tech WR Dylan Cantrell signs with Erik Burkhardt [Whitehouse product Dylan Cantrell signs with agent].
- “It’s just the business of the NFL,” says agent Bill Parise [Harrison signs with Patriots after being cut by Steelers].
- Ron Slavin will represent the Boise LB [Vander Esch will be represented by BTI Sports].
- Zeke Sandhu says Beckham doesn’t know gambler Robert Gorodetsky [Gambler says Odell Beckham nearly bet $20,000 on a baseball game].
- Having clients on virtually every team allowed Pelinka to determine what each team is really good at [Lakers News: Rob Pelinka Describes How Time As Agent Prepared Him For General Manager Position].
- A new filing in the case brought by Chris Spielman [Talent Company Wants Ex-Football Star’s Lawsuit Tossed].