On To The Next One: Cornelius Edison

Cornelius Edison, a center for the Chicago Bears, has found new representation after his first year in the NFL. Edison has signed with Mook Williams of Symmetry. He was previously represented by Evan Brennan and Brian Adkins of 7 Sports Group. Edison just finished his first season with the Bears after going undrafted out of Portland…

Rosenhaus Sports Signs 15 NFL Prospects

According to SBJ, Rosenhaus Sports has signed 15 prospects for the NFL draft, including highly rated prospects Oklahoma State defensive lineman Emmanuel Ogbah, LSU linebacker Deion Jones and Mississippi State defensive lineman Chris Jones. Rosenhaus Sports also has signed Ohio State defensive lineman Adolphus Washington, LSU defensive back Jalen Mills, Arizona linebacker Scooby Wright, Miami defensive back Deon Bush, Western Kentucky quarterback Brandon Doughty, Florida running…

The Free Agent With No Agent

While there have been many moves in the first few weeks of free agency, the eyes of the agent community were squarely fixed on one player. Russell Okung, the former Seahawks lineman, made headlines for deciding to go into the free agency period agentless. Okung signed with the Denver Broncos and his contract has been…

Free Agent LB Junior Galette Signs With Rosenhaus Sports

Per a Tweet by Liz Mullen, unrestricted free agent LB Junior Galette has signed with agents Drew Rosenhaus and Michael Katz for his representation. A couple weeks ago, we wrote about Galette parting ways with Peter Schaffer and his reasoning behind that. Galette wanted an agent “on the same page” as him and it seems…

Russell Okung Defends Decision To Represent Himself

Per a post to his Facebook account, Seattle Seahawks left tackle and impending free agent, Russell Okung, further explained and defended his decision to represent himself in his upcoming contract negotiations. Once the new NFL league year begins on March 9, Okung will become an unrestricted free agent. Okung first announced his decision to represent himself…

Explaining the NFL’s Franchise Tag and Identifying Candidates

The following is a contribution from Anthony Holzman-Escareno. Holzman-Escareno is a second-year MBA student at the University of Oregon’s Warsaw Sports Marketing Center and plans to enter the athlete representation field and has interned at multiple sports agencies, such as Athletes First, 360 Sports, LLC and Summit Sports Group. His free time is spent studying the NFL’s…

Cam Newton, Marshawn Lynch, and Media Availability

The following is a guest contribution by Jeremy Pape. Pape graduated from Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi in May 2015, having obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree in communication. Having overcome several disabilities, he was chosen out of all the people in his graduating class as the “Outstanding Graduate.” He currently is the sportswriter for The Progress, a…