Defining Sports Relocates To South Florida

Defining Sports, a sports marketing, public relations, athlete representation agency that represents over 30 current and retired athletes of the NFL, NBA, WNBA, MLB, MLS and Olympians says it will move to Delray Beach, Florida for its new corporate headquarters location. The process will take 6-12 months and it’s unclear

Paul Argueta Is Relocating Your Athlete Clients With Ease

When is the last time you moved? Not in the sense of physical activity, but actually packed up all your belongings , put them in a U-Haul and settled into a new home. Anyone who has -ver been through this process before can attest to the fact that moving can be

On To The Next One: Melvin Ingram

According to Berk Communications, Roc Nation Sports has signed San Diego Chargers linebacker and former Gamecock star Melvin Ingram. The 18th overall pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, Ingram is currently in his fifth season with the Chargers. Known for his athleticism and defensive tenacity, Ingram shined throughout the 2015 season, leading the Chargers

Lagardère Picked By NFL To Manage Social Media In Germany

Although NFL Europe ended in 2007, the NFL has seen substantial growth in six European countries. Throughout the past nine years, Germany's interest has grown more than any other country, despite no NFL games in their country. It has grown so much so that two million Germans stayed up to watch

On To The Next One: Robenson Therezie

Atlanta Falcons safety Robenson Therezie has signed with Element Sports Group. He was previously represented by Joseph Schulz. After going undrafted out of Auburn in the 2015 NFL Draft, Therezie signed a three-year deal with the Falcons. The 5 foot 9, 212 pound safety was an All-SEC Honorable Mention in 2013

Charles Tillman Signs With CAA For Broadcasting

Former Chicago Bears and Carolina Panthers cornerback, Charles "Peanut" Tillman has signed with CAA as he embarks on his broadcasting career, following his retirement this summer. The Chicago-native was drafted in the second round of the 2003 NFL Draft (35th Overall) out of Louisiana Lafayette by his hometown team - the

NFLPA Lowers Default Agent Fee To 1.5 Percent

In March, the National Football League Player's Association (NFLPA) decided against decreasing the maximum amount (3 percent) an NFL agent can charge his or her clients on performance contracts. However, the NFLPA announced Monday they are dropping the standard fee from 3 percent to a default fee of 1.5 percent. The agent