Posts Tagged ‘Drew Rosenhaus’

LeSean McCoy Briefly Fired Drew Rosenhaus

No agent represents more players than Drew Rosenhaus. According to the roster database I keep, Rosenhaus’ agency represents around 7 percent of the players of the league, with nearly 150 players with active NFL contracts. Rosenhaus’ client is so large, and his influence within the league so great, he will be featured on “60 Minutes” […]

Jackson Arrives in Philly; Likely to Report to Camp Today

Eagles wide receiver DeSean Jackson arrived at Philadelphia International Airport at about 8 p.m. on Sunday night making his first appearance in the area since holding out of Eagles training camp over a contract dispute according to CSNPhilly.com. Jackson declined to take questions on Sunday. Jackson’s agent, Drew Rosenhaus, accompanied him. Jackson will very likely […]

Here We Go Again

Things are about to get real interesting around here. I just read the following on Philly.com: History repeated itself yet again today when an Eagles player unhappy with his contract fired his former agent and replaced him with Drew Rosenhaus. The player this time is cornerback Lito Sheppard, who missed the Eagles’ two-week voluntary camp […]

Birds Release Kearse After Four Sub-Par Seasons

A one-time major force on defense is now out on the streets, as the Eagles earlier today released defensive end Jevon Kearse.  The former first-round pick of the Titans back in 1999 is already being rumored to possibly going back to the team where he first began – Tennessee.  He had a great career with […]

Eagles May Soon Release DE Kearse

The agent for Eagles defensive end Jevon Kearse said he believes the team will release the veteran soon.  Drew Rosenhaus told the Wilmington News Journal at the NFL scouting combine over the weekend that the 31-year-old will be let go.  The Eagles signed Kearse in 2004 to an eight-year, 62-million-dollar-deal.  His last two seasons were […]