Should Agencies Be Demanded To Prepare Clients For Life After Retirement?

There exists an "extremely urgent and devastating player career-transitioning problem."  NFL players have a very difficult time confronting this problem says Dr. Timothy Thompson in an article on Access Athletes. I spoke to Dr. Thompson about the potential economic and social benefits for sports agencies that determine it is worth their

THE END Is Not Near

Sponsored Post There are people these days saying the world will come to an end on December 21, 2012.  I will reserve comment on that event until a later date, maybe December 22nd, so that I can say “I told you so.” One can also say “I told you so” about an

Tracy McGrady Thanks Agents Arn Tellem And Tim Hoy In Farewell Facebook Post

Tracy McGrady was drafted #9 overall by the Toronto Raptors in 1997.  In 2000, he signed a whopping 7-year $93 million contract with the same team.  And recently, after a long, up-and-down NBA career, McGrady has called it quits (although he will continue to play overseas).  But he exits with dignity. On

The Top Five Ways to Prepare for Retirement

Sponsored Post Your clients are athletes.  They have been preparing for a career in the sport they know and love for years and years.  What else have they been preparing themselves in life?…nothing!   Not unlike any other career path, they want to be the best they can be and have been

Professional Athlete Franchise Summit 2011

What: 2nd Annual Professional Athlete Franchise Summit When: July 10-13, 2011 Where: Georgia Tech-Bill Moore Student Success Center (219 Uncle Heine Way) in Atlanta, GA The Franchise Summit is an educational event built to introduce the professional athlete to the basic architecture that supports the franchise industry.  The two-day classroom curriculum is crafted by

Raymond Savage Jr. Is Going To Jail In Tuscaloosa County, Alabama

Raymond Lee Savage Jr., former CEO and President of Savage Sports Management and All-American linebacker at the University of Virginia, is going to jail in Tuscaloosa County, Alabama for having one of his employees illegally contact former University of Alabama wide-receiver,Tyrone Prothro, while Prothro was in college (the year was