Originally Posted by DaneMcCloud
If necessary, absolutely. Unless said agent doesn't care about $60k or his rep.
How many players an agent reps is irrelevant. All that matters is that the agent performs his job.
Do yo inderstand how easy it is to set up an email and/or text reminder? It takes less than one minute. That's not worth $60k?
Yeah it is damn easy to set up a reminder. But that is work that the office staff would preform not the work that the agent would preform.
Just the same I would imagine that shortly after the contract is signed and approved by the NFL the agents office personnel would also have some paperwork for the player that would outline the contract with specific important dates as well. That paperwork should have to be signed for responsibility purposes by the player and agent.
I would think the number of athletes that you represent would make a big difference in the amount of time an agent has to spend with each client. If an agent has 25 athletes to represent he might have a little more time to spend with each of his clients on an individual basis. Whereas if he has 50 or more the agent doesn't have that time for each of his clients.