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Latest Terry Watson Items
A sports agent's employee and a former college football player are charged with violating North Carolina's agent law, making them the fourth and fifth people facing criminal charges for providing benefits to Tar Heels football players in 2010.
Another person has been charged with violating North Carolina sports agents law for providing $725 to former Tar Heels football player Robert Quinn.
Athletic officials across the country have banded together to stop underhanded tactics some sports agents use to illegally contact college athletes.
A North Carolina prosecutor would like to see more enforcement of the state sports agent laws.
Investigators in North Carolina say a Georgia-based sports agent violated sports agent laws by sending cash payments to former Tar Heels football players.
Tennessee Titans cornerback Cortland Finnegan missed a mandatory team meeting on Saturday.
Tennessee general manager Mike Reinfeldt says the Titans were totally surprised by cornerback Cortland Finnegan's decision to walk out of training camp considering his agent had just sent them a counteroffer to consider during talks to extend his contract.