Originally Posted by DaneMcCloud
The agent doesn't get paid until the player gets paid, so yes, the agent should be following up with the client.
And yes, the agent shroud be reminding his client everyday. Don't you understand that's the agent responsibility?
I wouldn't think an agent is suppose to be a babysitter on a contract that player signed. That player should be aware of every aspect of that contract before he signs his name.
How many athletes does each agent represent?
I don't know how all the exacts of these contracts work. But I see a huge difference in a bonus for simply showing up and an performance bonus. The agent should be entitled to the money because the player just had to be there it wasn't for performance. But I don't think the agent should of had to tell the player where he was suppose to be get 2 million dollars. The player should have had that marked on his calendar.