NFL Meetings in Arizona

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    NFL Meetings in Arizona

    Does anyone expect the Pats to do a deal there?  Is this the best place to negotiate a Mallett trade?  BB and NE personnel staff are there. Opinions?

     
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    I forgot, who does Drew Rosenhaus represent that interests NE?  Which NE players have Rosenhaus as an agent?

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    Bill Belichick arrives here at NFL annual meeting in Arizona. Among those he stops to chat with includes agent Drew Rosenhaus.

     
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    Re: NFL Meetings in Arizona

    In response to jjdbrasil's comment:

    I forgot, who does Drew Rosenhaus represent that interests NE?  Which NE players have Rosenhaus as an agent?

    Mike Reiss @MikeReiss

    Bill Belichick arrives here at NFL annual meeting in Arizona. Among those he stops to chat with includes agent Drew Rosenhaus.




    T O but i sincerely doubt that's who they were talking about!

     
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    I forgot, who does Drew Rosenhaus represent that interests NE?  Which NE players have Rosenhaus as an agent?

    Mike Reiss @MikeReiss

    Bill Belichick arrives here at NFL annual meeting in Arizona. Among those he stops to chat with includes agent Drew Rosenhaus.

     




    T O but i sincerely doubt that's who they were talking about!

     




    Mike Reiss @MikeReiss

    @JFurtado8 Marquice Cole is one Rosenhaus client. Also has Brandon Spikes & Rob Gronkowski.

     
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    Re: NFL Meetings in Arizona

    Ron Borges wrote in the Herald today about how the owners gained the upperhands over the players through the CBA reached after a threatened lockout couple of years back.

    http://bostonherald.com/sports/columnists/ron_borges/2013/03/borges_nfl_owners_bask_in_new_cba_sun

    There will not be any significant change in the cap until the league find out what it is getting after negotiating a new TV contract. The CBA signed in 2011 was for 10 years. While there are still large ( and even ridiculous ) contracts given out this year, the big slices come at the expense of the rest of the fixed pie.  
     
    Borges' piece might fan the flame of dis-satisfaction among players. Do you think the NFL players will strike a couple of years down the road if the market continued to be structured so teams can low ball the players? Or can they given they have signed a contract, i.e. any strike will be illegal?

     

     

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