Colts Are Waiting For The Next General Manager

After the Indianapolis Colts fired Ryan Grigson, they were avidly searching for another experienced person who can take an open position. Now even though a lot of interviews have been held and a lot of outstanding managers were asked, it is still unclear who will become next and if it

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

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

Ryan Clady Discusses Russell Okung’s Self-Negotiated Contract

Left tackle Ryan Clady came to the New York Jets this offseason to replace D'Brickashaw Ferguson, one of the Jets' most reliable players over the last decade. However, the Jets' new offensive lineman did not leave the Denver Broncos without feeling some animosity towards his replacement, Russell Okung. After receiving the

2016 NFL Draft Players/Agents & Analysis

Highlights CAA dominated the 2016 draft with 30 clients getting selected, the most of any agency. 7 of those drafted went in the first-round and 16 went in the first two rounds. SportStars had 21 players drafted, its second straight draft with 20 or more players getting selected. Athletes First

5 Of The NFL’s Strangest Controversies (In Recent Memory)

The National Football League may be one of the most popular professional sports leagues in the world, but it's also one that happens to court some pretty consistent controversy, and every now and then, the controversies and scandals within the league can get downright barbaric and bizarre. As Draft Day

Adrian Peterson’s Agent Gets In Verbal Altercation With Vikings VP

As reported by Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, Ben Dogra, Adrian Peterson’s agent, and Rob Brzezinski, Vikings VP of Football Operations, had a war of words last week in downtown Indianapolis. Sources near the situation confirmed that the verbal altercation took place in front of numerous outside parties.The two reportedly

Ticket Sales And The Business Of The NFL

The following is a guest contribution by Zakari A. Kurtz, Esq. Zak received his undergraduate degree from Roanoke College and his J.D. from Michigan State University. Zak is licensed to practice law in New York. With only eight home games for each NFL team, tickets can be scarce and the laws of supply

Tom Brady: Many Contracts, One Team?

The following is a guest contribution from Benjamin Steinberg, an attorney practicing in the state of New York. He received his B.A. in Political Science from the University of Pennsylvania and his J.D. from the NYU School of Law, where he was the Student Bar Association Social Chair and a