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Darren Heitner, Rosenhaus’ attorney, declined comment. But a source close to the agent said NFL players failing to pay their agents is slowly becoming a problem nationally.“It’s become a part of doing business for agents,” the source said.What I am going to be is that liaison to make sure all those things happen.” The addition of Starks to the staff is the latest expansion move for Drew and Jason Rosenhaus, who have recently expanded into Baseball and Basketball representation.Drew Rosenhaus says he plans to hire agents to represent broadcasters and coaches respectively.In the meantime Rosenhaus continues to expand its NFL client roster; recently signing Carolina Panthers Guard Andrew Norwell (previously represented by Vantage Management Group) and Colts Wide Receiver Chester Rogers (previously represented by Warren & Simpson).Rosenhaus Sports has now signed 17 veterans since the Super Bowl.According to the paperwork, the 6-foot-7 Mc Daniel hired Rosenhaus to negotiate his contracts in 2010.
“He’s not going to bring in any business or do any recruiting or any negotiating, ” he said.MIAMI BEACH — Miami Beach NFL agent Drew Rosenhaus just won a judgement against former Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Tony Mc Daniel.The ball player, who’s now with the Seattle Seahawks, was ordered by a Miami-Dade County circuit court judge to pay Rosenhaus 1,375 in representation fees dating as far back as Mc Daniel’s time with the Fins, from 2009 to 2012.In addition to medical and wellness services, the NFL and NFLPA provide continuing education programs and guidance in areas such as post-career development in broadcasting and entrepreneurship.Additionally Starks will continue to serve as a captain at the NFLPA’s Players Trust while working full-time for Rosenhaus Sports helping the agency’s retired NFL clients.
“It’s a great opportunity for me to work with all of his clients and make sure their needs don’t slip through the cracks,” Starks said. And, of course, Drew has his day-to-day negotiations and day-to-day routine for getting those players on a team.