Shabbat Shalom from Las Vegas, where I'm celebrating an important birthday of one of my best friends. I feel like I need a residence out here; I find myself in the desert no less than five times per year. It was a rough week in football for me. The Gators
With week 1 of the NFL season officially in the books, many football analysts start turning their attention towards surprise teams, surprise players and early season trends. While Calvin Johnson’s controversial TD call, the Jets inability to gain positive yardage and the stunner in Kansas City all made headlines in
The Let's Make a Deal (LMAD) column was a very big success here on SportsAgentBlog. Many people thoroughly enjoyed playing the role of General Manager for various NFL teams. I would like to thank you all for your participation! Now let's take a look on how I did: Sam Bradford, QB,
Finally! Three months after the 2010 NFL Draft, the first contract for a first-round draft pick has been signed. On July 22nd, Dez Bryant, the 24th overall pick, reached an agreement with the Dallas Cowboys for a five year contract worth up to $11.8 million, including $8.5 million guaranteed. According to
After three days of draft picks, all seven rounds of the 2010 NFL Draft are complete. Below, you will find the name of each player drafted, the player's listed position, the team that drafted him, and his current representation. Players that we don't have representation information for have a "N/A"
Did you know that Tom Condon of Creative Artists Agency (CAA) has represented 5 of the last 6 #1 overall picks in the NFL Draft? That is amazingly impressive. To top it off, Condon represents Sam Bradford, and even though the St. Louis Rams say that they will not sign
Last updated: May 2, 2009 1. St. Louis - QB Sam Bradford ~ Oklahoma = The Rams could go ahead and get their quarterback of the future with the first overall pick. Bradford might have been the top pick had he come out in 2009, so it's pretty much safe to