Originally Posted by LoneWolf
Then as an employer wouldn't you think it would be wise to know as much about the contract parameters as your employee? Especially since it could cost you 2 million dollars if you don't. Part of being an employer is being responsible for the actions of your employees.
The players responsibility is to play and to comply with his contract as directed by his agent. The agents responsibility is to be aware of all contractual terms, communicate them to his client, and ensure his client complies. The agents job isn't done once the contract is signed, it it's just beginning.