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.
Backup running back Bernard Pierce could cost Rice a significant amount of money.
Former Patriots tight end will count $5.092 million against the salary cap in 2013.
San Francisco received a generous hometown discount from one of the team’s best players.
15-year veteran returns to the place where it all began.
Roc Nation continues to push forward in its pursuit of representing athletes.
Once a date with special significance, June 1 has recently become just another day on the NFL calendar.
Keep an eye on what happens in Miami between the Dolphins and first round pick Dion Jordan.
The high-priced right tackle is scheduled to make $7 million this season.
A comprehensive breakdown of what every rookie should expect to receive in their new NFL contracts.
The Green Bay quarterback became the highest paid player in NFL history last week.
The Buccaneers’ latest acquisition landed a $96 million contract, with nothing guaranteed.
$37.62 million comes over the first three years of the new deal.
MAR 11 Joel Corry
Six teams set to enter free agency with plenty of available salary cap space.
MAR 11 Jerry Angelo
How NFL teams approach that integral period of time that takes place from free agency until the draft.
MAR 07 Joel Corry
Front offices and agents of soon-to-be free agents can begin discussions this weekend.