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Pro Athletes, Guns & Money

In the NFL off-season of 1999, I received a call from my client, CB Al Harris, then with the Philadelphia Eagles. In a shaken voice, he told me that he had been robbed at gunpoint at his brother’s house in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Read More

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A League Of Their Own?

The Arena Football League has had a few success stories (Greg White, Kurt Warner) and is an opportunity to help players keep their dreams alive, as well as provide them a stage in which to keep honing their skills. Read More

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The Texas National Guard

This weekend I traveled to Houston to visit one my best and brightest clients, Chester Pitts, starting left guard for the Texans. Read More

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Cleveland Blues

This weekend I visited one of my biggest clients, Eric Steinbach, left guard for the Browns. I saw two ugly things: Eric going down with an injury, and the Browns falling apart in the second half of a game they had control of. Read More

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Cheers From London

I had a chance to visit with a few players on Saturday night. Most of them told me that they felt rested, had a good practice week, had comfortable accommodations, and were generally enjoying London. As expected, some players enjoyed it a bit too much. Read More

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The Junior Rush Of 2009

A lot of agents, like me, have built a network of NFL college scouts to rely on for inside informati... Read More

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The Viking Visit

This weekend I was visiting my rookie client, 2nd round draft pick and starting safety for the Vikings, Tyrell Johnson (Arkansas State) in Minneapolis. In the meantime, I caught the sloppiest game of the week between the Vikings and the Lions. Read More

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Weekend In Big D

There are 17 weeks in the season, and I make it a priority to see each of my clients, face-to-face. I believe many agents make the same effort, but I am convinced that the ones who don’t-- eventually get fired by their clients. Read More

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Gregg To Undergo Knee Surgery

Baltimore Ravens Nose Tackle Kelly Gregg will undergo micro-fracture knee surgery by Dr. James Andre... Read More

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100 Straight For Chester Pitts

Guard Chester Pitts of the Houston Texans will start his 100th consecutive game this weekend against... Read More

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Al Harris Update

Simply put, all opinions and analysis of the spleen trauma have come back with consistent results. There is a laceration of the Spleen which, at this point, will not require surgery. Read More

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Harris Hopes To Return In 2008

Although a splenetic injury has to be taken very seriously, Al Harris is determined to play this season and there is new hope of Al returning in several weeks. However, the training and medical staff of the Packers are approaching this injury with extreme diligence and caution. Read More

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Game Day for the Agent

Game day for the agent Read More

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Gene Upshaw: South Texas Tough

If you have ever been to the flatlands of South Texas, you know it’s a rugged and unforgiving plac... Read More

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Fast Green To Canton

Kingsville, TX 1982. It was my second day of Spring Practice at Division II powerhouse Texas A&I Uni... Read More

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So You Want to be a Sports Agent?

What is life like as a sports agent? Read More

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