Book Review: An Athlete’s Guide to Agents (Fourth Edition)

In the past, I have recommended Kenneth Shropshire’s and Timonthy Davis’ The Business of Sports Agents as a must read for any aspiring or current sports agent.  In fact, I have referred to the book as The Sports Agent Bible in prior discussions.  I still recommend that it should be on any sports agent’s bookshelf; however, a requirement…

Book Review: A Shark Never Sleeps

Drew Rosenhaus attracts many of the NFL’s premiere clients such as Terrell Owens, Chad Johnson, Edgerrin James, Thomas Jones, Lance Briggs, Zach Thomas, Will Allen and former players Warren Sapp, Dan Cody, Tommie Harris, Brian Blades, and the late Sean Taylor. His merciless negotiating tactics and big ego have worked for his clients as Rosenhaus…

Book Review: Taking Shots

There are very few books written by sports agents and even fewer that devote a substantial amount of pages to discussing the profession of representing athletes. NBPA agent, Keith Glass, takes a shot at covering that topic and other NBA related material in his book, Taking Shots. It is not surprising to hear someone critical…

Book Review: Hammerin’ Hank, George Almighty and the Say Hey Kid

I have probably said it before on this blog, but there is no sport that I associate myself more with than the sport of baseball. I started playing when I was five-years-old (I actually started playing tennis one year earlier), continue to play today, and am one of the few people who can sit through…