« If that becomes the norm, what agent in his right mind would represent football instead of baseball that has totally guaranteed contracts, where you can get 5 percent, or basketball, with guaranteed contracts, where you could calculate 4 percent? » said an unmentioned Agent Mullen. Okung and players like him need reliable and professional representation. I only charge 1.5% of 300% and I also promise a guaranteed base of up to $125 million. Call me! « The `new` form will change this way: it will have some formulations that would say that, if not agreed, the default language will be 1.5 percent, » NFLPA President Eric Winston Mullen said by email. Basically, the agent and the player must opt out of any 1.5 per cent rate change. The new shape will always have the boxes that had the old shape. The new form makes it specific to each SRA that the tax must be agreed. Okung doesn`t have to pay that 3%, so he has what he`s going for who`s in that real spirit? Everybody. There are a plethora of very intelligent people in this world who would like to take 1% of 5 million a year. Not to mention 1.5. Especially considering the amount of work you need to put in to get and the fame that comes with it. Plus the fact that you would have multiple customers.
There are not enough professional athletes in the world to use all the qualified people who would be interested in this work. Ready to represent a player? Take care of business first. God keeps that they have to compete and let the customer decide what he is willing to pay for their services based on their history and product. . Here are the documents necessary for a player`s representation, including the required disclosure forms (if any) and the standard representation agreement. In March, as NFL Players Association executives met in Hawaii for an annual meeting, agents from the mainland sweated about a possible lower agent fee. Common sense prevailed and the players who run the union decided to keep the tax at three per cent. Posts like this ask you what world people think in the media they live in. I am not saying that the skill level of the officers would replace them immediately, but it would not take long to get there.
How many students graduate in fields that are good in sport and cannot find a job? Even if that would not compensate for the difference in qualification. You could tell the kids to go to college « look, there are real job offers in the nfl for agents, where I can do up to half a million a year, let me see what classes I need to take to become a great sports agent . . . » As long as we don`t have to cut fees, what you bet on is the SRA. I am not very afraid of that. If it`s a compromise for them not to cut fees, then I`m happy, » said an unmentioned agent in Mullen. So agents are upset that they don`t have free money when they sit on their Azz in an air-conditioned office? Try to play the game and risk long-term injuries! I don`t understand why everyone`s going wild.