Joel Corry is a former sports agent who helped found Premier Sports & Entertainment, a sports management firm that represents professional athletes and coaches. Prior to his tenure at Premier, Joel worked for Management Plus Enterprises, which represented Shaquille O'Neal, Hakeem Olajuwon and Ronnie Lott.
An in-depth analysis of five marketplace developments that took place during the NFL’s annual spending period.
Jairus Byrd’s free agent deal with the New Orleans Saints sets a new standard for the safety position.
Six teams set to enter free agency with plenty of available salary cap space.
Front offices and agents of soon-to-be free agents can begin discussions this weekend.
Ndamukong Suh is ready to cash in his chips and become one of the game’s highest paid players.
Three high-priced quarterbacks top the list of players with unfriendly 2014 salary cap numbers.
Big salary cap numbers could lead to big changes for these five NFL stars.
Can Peyton Manning lead the AFC’s top team back to the Super Bowl next February?
This year’s crop of Canton candidates features some very impressive resumes.
The $25 million per year deal would have had a significant ripple effect around the NFL.
You asked, we answered.
The Baltimore sack specialist is currently scheduled to count $12.4 million towards the salary cap in 2014.
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Between injuries, trades and positional battles, the financial landscape for several key players has shifted dramatically.
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The highly productive Dallas wideout is headed for a big-time payday.
AUG 22 Ari Nissim
Ten players closing in on lucrative new paydays.