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Agent Spotlight: Ben Dogra

While a law student in 1993 at St. Louis University, Ben Dogra, now 43, interned for free with Jim Steiner of SFX Football (then SMG). Dogra would later call Steiner his mentor, but in time, some began to wonder who was teaching what to whom. By 2006, Dogra and Steiner sold SFX Football (which was […]

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Which Law School Breeds Success?

Should I go to law school? What law school should I go to? Should I go to a law school that has a sports law specialty? What should I Major in at my undergraduate institution? Do my Minors matter? Those are some of the most common questions that I receive by email, even though all […]

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Friday Wrap-Up

Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-Up

My first official week as a 2L is over.  Besides running around Wednesday night like a chicken with its head cut off, the week was a success.  I was going crazy Wed. night due to the fact that I hated my Child Support Enforcement Law class, dropped it, and needed to pick up something in […]

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Sport Agency Power Rankings

Now that the drafts for the major professional sports leagues have passed, and we continue our mid-summer grind toward the start of the NFL, NBA, and NCAA seasons, I felt it was a good time to release the first edition of the Sports Agency Power Rankings. As more and more agencies merge into larger conglomerates […]

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Contract Negotiation NFL Players NFL Teams

More Holdout Discussion

Following up on the excellent post made by Vinson Vadakara…if his pay scale were in place, the Jacksonville Jaguars would be a happier organization.  Former University of Florida sack machine, Derrick Harvey, continues his holdout because he apparently is not being offered the market value at his slot.  A slotting pay scale system would obviously […]

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NFL Players Sports Law

Will Allen Asked To Own Up

Since 2006, Will Allen has been a vital coil in the Miami Dolphins failing engine.  He has contributed to a defense that has been exposed for its lack of depth and especially weak secondary.  Looking at the salary that Allen is being paid, one would think that he would be doing more on the field […]

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Once Again, Kudos Mr. Condon

The Once Again title refers to an article I wrote last summer. There are now two top draft picks signed from the 2008 NFL draft, both of which are clients of Tom Condon. A week before the draft, the number 1 pick Jake Long signed a 5 year $57.75 million deal with the Dolphins, $30 […]

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Shabbat Shalom: Friday Wrap-Up

Dynasty has three new interns. There were so many qualified candidates that there was no way I could just stick with two. Congrats to the three who were chosen. I am continuing to work on a complete overhaul of this site’s look, which is still planned to be finished by the end of this month. […]

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How The 1st Round Went Down

By Player Selected 1. Miami Dolphins – Jake Long – OT/Michigan (Tom Condon, Ben Dogra/CAA) 2. St. Louis Rams – Chris Long -DE/Virginia (Marvin Demoff/Morris Yorn Barnes Levine) 3. Atlanta Falcons – Matt Ryan -QB/Boston College (Tom Condon, Ben Dogra/CAA) 4. Oakland Raiders – Darren McFadden – RB/Arkansas (Ian Greengross/GAME) 5. Kansas City Chiefs – […]

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Contract Negotiation NFL Players NFL Teams

First To Sign, Is The Winner

For the last couple days the Miami Dolphins and Michigan offensive tackle Jake Long have been working on the parameters of a contract that will make him the number 1 pick in the 2008 NFL draft. The latest news on this front is that the Miami Dolphins has supposedly set a deadline on this contract […]