NFL agents Doug Hendrickson and C.J. LaBoy, who represent about 45 players, have left Independent Sports & Entertainment, as their contracts with the agency have expired. An ISE spokesperson confirmed that the two are no longer with the firm and said the parting was "amicable." They joined ISE when it was formerly known as Relativity Sports in March '14. They worked out of S.F., where Hendrickson was co-head of ISE Football. Hendrickson and LaBoy represent Eagles DE Michael Bennett, Giants DE Jason Pierre-Paul and Rams CB Marcus Peters, among others. ISE will continue representing NFL players, as Roosevelt Barnes, the other football division co-president, is staying with the agency. Barnes and the agents he oversees represent about two dozen NFL players. ISE also represents free agent CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and free agent WR Allen Robinson, who is expected to sign a three-year, $42M deal with the Bears today.