We spoke with (General Manager) Rod Graves because Edgerrin still believes he is a 1,000-yard back and he is healthy and he is still capable of being a 1,000-yard back for a teamAgent says Edgerrin James wants trade Nov 19, 2008
Duane is excited about this team and excited about the moves it has made this off-seasonClemons gets contract extension Jul 16, 2004
We told the Dolphins we'd be willing to be flexible on the payout in a new contractIn Sports from United Press International Feb 27, 2003
We told the Dolphins we'd be willing to be flexible on the payout in a new contractWard, Russell let loose by Dolphins Feb 27, 2003
It's something they've been talking about doing for a whileSapp out of Pro Bowl Jan 30, 2003
Drew Rosenhaus (born October 29, 1966) is an American sports agent who represents professional football players. He owns the Miami-based sports agency, Rosenhaus Sports, and is known for using aggressive tactics on behalf of his clients who play in the National Football League.
Rosenhaus represents over 100 NFL players, many of them NFL superstars, Tommie Harris, Plaxico Burress, Chad Ochocinco, Willis McGahee, Santana Moss, Terrell Owens, Kellen Winslow Jr, Jeremy Shockey, Frank Gore, DeSean Jackson, Lance Briggs, Carlos Dunlap, Zach Thomas, and others.
Rosenhaus was born on October 29, 1966 in South Orange, New Jersey. Four years later his family moved to North Miami, Florida. Rosenhaus attended and graduated in 1987 from the University of Miami and, in 1990, obtained a law degree from Duke University School of Law. Drawing heavily from his college connections, twenty-four of Rosenhaus' 100-plus NFL clients are fellow University of Miami alumni. In 1989, at the age of 22, Drew became the youngest registered sports agent. By 2008, Rosenhaus had negotiated over one billion dollars in NFL contracts.