Among his clients are first-round draft picks, Pro Bowl selections and high-profile coaches. Bechta was also executive producer and creator of “Super Agent” in conjunction with Spike TV and Universal Studios and has investment banking experience with several top Wall Street firms
An agent of 27 years takes a look at evolving rosters, concussion protocol, and a speedier game.
A change in IR rules will benefit teams, players and fans.
Leveraging social media tools to promote oneself can backfire in the long run.
As we approach the final cuts, teams are scouting each other’s roster looking for a diamond in the rough.
Elimination of 2 a day practices may not have decreased injuries as hoped.
It's time for college football to give more to its players.
A lot is going on behind the scenes as agents help manage the ebb and flow of camp for their clients.
The NFL will tighten the screws on players, owners and their scouting staffs in the upcoming year.
It’s not always easy to get players to save their money but sometimes you just have to talk their language.
Most young pro athletes lack the foresight to see if their agents are financially secure, can truly make them a priority, and have a plan when something goes wrong.
Many parents struggle with the idea of letting their children play football because of the risk associated with injury.
There are some harsh realities about working in sports that are overlooked by those dying to make a career of it.
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