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‘A lot of agent missteps’ prompt wholesale NFLPA review

04 / 21 / 14

T he NFL Players Association ’s Committee on Agent Regulation and Discipline will undergo a major review of the regulations governing NFL player agents in the next few months, said Eric Winston , the NFLPA’s newly elected president....

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04/01/02
Baseball union spurns pledge

A pledge by Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig last week not to lock out players and not to impose a new work agreement during the 2002 baseball season appeared to heighten, not lessen, tensions between the league and the players union. ...

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04/01/02
Priority Sports adds Sandberg

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03/25/02
SFX keeps ties to sold practice

N HL agent Jay Grossman has bought back his hockey practice from SFX Sports to address concerns of the NHL Players' Association about the perception of a conflict of interest, said Jeff Lewis , chairman of SFX Sports Group. "Mr. Grossman owns the stock ...

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03/18/02
Did agent get clients too early?

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03/18/02
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03/11/02
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S andy Montag 's first job at sports agency IMG 17 years ago was to work with broadcast client John Madden , the former Oakland Raiders head coach who happened to have a fear of flying. "IMG hired me to ride with him by train," said Montag, who recalled that his first offi ...

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Boarder's comeback golden

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02/18/02
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