Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-up (9/2/2016)

College football is back (would have really enjoyed an early Tennessee loss), the NFL preseason is done and it's time to enjoy a nice, long Labor Day weekend. Unfortunately, I have to do some traveling on Labor Day. Back to Washington D.C. for NFLPA-related arbitration work. In fact, September is

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-up (8/5/2016)

Good morning from Seattle! This is my first time in the city, and I won't be here for long. Tomorrow, I'll be headed on my first Alaskan cruise. Don't expect too much Tweeting or posting out of me for the next week, and it is highly likely that I skip

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-up (7/22/2016)

Not much going on in sports this past week, unless you consider the Republican National Convention a sporting event, which wouldn't be entirely inaccurate. It's the dead of Summer, with baseball and not much else until the Olympics roll around. Thankfully, there is some great TV to watch, including Suits,

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-up (7/8/2016)

It still stings. I have justified the loss of Dwyane Wade as a wise business decision for the Miami Heat organization, but I spent 13 years of my life rooting for him as he wore a Heat jersey. I am one of the rare born-and-raised South Floridians. I cheer for

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-up (6/3/2016)

Welcome to the first Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-up since the site's rebuild. I truly hope that you prefer the new layout of Sports Agent Blog over prior versions. The new look was launched on Memorial Day and is intended to provide a cleaner infrastructure, ease of reading on tablets and mobile

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-up (5/13/2016)

Must win Game 6 for the Miami Heat tonight. I can't stomach the idea of losing to a team that boasts a slogan "We The North". A lot of colleagues are out in Los Angeles this weekend enjoying the Sports Lawyers Association annual conference. May you all enjoy days of

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-up (4/29/2016)

One round of the NFL Draft is done, and boy was it dominated by Laremy Tunsil. First, a tweet of him smoking out of a bong, followed by Instagram content demonstrating a request of payment from someone connected to Ole Miss. I wonder how the next 6 rounds are supposed

On To The Next One: Albert Wilson

Per a Tweet by Liz Mullen, Kansas City Chiefs WR Albert Wilson has signed with Rosenhaus Sports for his representation. He will be represented by Drew Rosenhaus and Jason Katz. He was previously represented by Business Arena Inc. The 5'9", 200 pound wide receiver is in his entering his third NFL

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-up (4/15/2016)

Coming to you live from New York today, where I am speaking on a fantasy sports panel at Cozen O'Connor's Sports Law event, which features fantastic panelists throughout. We are quickly coming up to the 2016 NFL Draft and just learned about a blockbuster trade between the Tennessee Titans and

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