So you want to work in the sports industry? Like many students and young professionals pursuing an education in sports management and looking to make their big break into the business of sports, long gone are the days when working in industry is limited to selling tickets or running coverage [...]
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The stereotypical depiction of a sports agent is someone who's always on the move, always on the phone and always looking for a TV camera. Oh, and always ready to drop anything for a client. It's a description that fits Drew Rosenhaus, who since he began as a 22-year-old agent, has negotiated over $2 billion in NFL player contracts. Along the way Rosenhaus has mastered the art of manipulating perception. He guided Terrell Owens through a disastrous divorce from the Eagles into a $25 million contract with Cowboys. And he helped Willis McGahee, who had recently tore all three ligaments in his knee and was not yet able to walk normally, somehow get drafted in the first round of the 2003 draft. Rosenhaus was so confident of McGahee's first-round selection that he offered to give up his commission if McGahee fell out of the first round. Legend has it Rosenhaus mugged before TV cameras during the draft to create a self-fulfilling prophecy: by making it seem that teams were interested in drafting McGahee in the first round, teams would in fact become interested. Rosenhaus has around 170 clients, including Rob Gronkowski (who signed a $54 million deal with the Patriots) and NaVorro Bowman, who the 49ers recently committed to paying $45 million.
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