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Topic - Joe Linta
Long before their names are called at the NFL draft, prospective rookies become prized commodities in another professional arena: Agents begin vying to represent players. Here are five things to know about how the agent game works:
The New York Jets re-signed veteran guard Willie Colon to a one-year deal Wednesday.
After the team and Flacco couldn't agree on an extension or a new deal last summer, Flacco played out the final year of his rookie contract — and struck it big.
If "futbol" is the beautiful game, football NFL style could be the ugly stepchild this summer.
Joe Linta the agent advises college players trying to get into the NFL.
NFL owners have been heard on the labor front. So have the players.