Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Orie Lemon has terminated his standard representation agreement with football agent Peter Schaffer and signed with Jordan Woy of Willis & Woy Sports Group. Lemon, an undrafted player from Oklahoma State University, was signed by the Dallas Cowboys before becoming a member of the Chiefs. In
From Thursday through Saturday, every NFLPA certified Contract Advisor was busy fielding calls, texts and emails from employees of the 32 NFL teams, in addition to their clientele and those concerned with when and where the players would be selected in the 2013 NFL Draft. However, football agent Peter Schaffer
Football agents Peter Schaffer and JR Rickert of Denver, Colorado-based Authentic Athletix has signed former Kansas State quarterback Collin Klein. Klein holds the Kansas State single-season record for most rushing yards and rushing touchdowns for a quarterback. He also was named the Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year in 2012,
I had a new article published in Forbes yesterday concerning the pending legal battle that has All Pro Sports & Entertainment Inc. and its founder C. Lamont Smith on one side and Peter Schaffer, JR Rickert, and their new company Authentic Athletix on the other side. [Link: Forbes - Legal Battle Between Denver-based Sports Agents
This week, the NCAA hosted its annual Scholarly Colloquium on Intercollegiate Athletics. Jason Belzer and I created a presentation, which took a deep look at the implications of academic reform, as well as the newly instituted standards and other proposed changes. In analyzing statistical data associated with Academic Progress Rates
NFL agent Peter Schaffer was recently the subject of a Rick Reilly article on ESPN.com. In that article, Reilly provided a detailed account of Schaffer's day after the NFL Lockout had ended. From his home in Denver, Colorado, Schaffer conversed with many of his clients, who include Adam "Pacman" Jones, Derrick
As I reported earlier today, Robert Quinn's former agent Carl Carey, Jr. is suing Quinn, Quinn's Business Manager, Impact Sports Football, LLC, and two of Impact Sports' agents based on what I deem to be only two counts worth litigating - 1) tortious interference with contract and conspiracy; and 2) breach of contract.
The 6'1, 212 lbs. running back from Arizona State named Ryan Torain is one of those players who was not necessarily expected to be a starter at any point of his professional career. He was drafted in the 5th round of the 2008 NFL Draft (#148 overall) by the Denver Broncos,