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Published on November 20, 2007

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Slide1:  PIPELINE TO THE PROS Slide2:  DO YOU KNOW THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN AND The Union For NFL Players :  The Union For NFL Players What is the NFL Players Association? Slide5:  “We, The National Football League Player Association…Pay Homage to Our Predecessors For Their Courage, Sacrifice, and Vision; … Pledge To Preserve And Enhance The Democratic Involvement Of Our Members; …Confirm Our Willingness To Do Whatever Is Necessary For The Betterment Of Our Membership – To Preserve Our Gains And Achieve Those Goals Not Yet Attained.” Adapted from the Preamble to the NFLPA Constitution. March, 1994 Collective Bargaining Agreement:  Collective Bargaining Agreement Negotiated working conditions for NFL Players Minimum salary Days off Per diem Long term benefits Grievances What is NFLPA Pipeline to the Pros About? :  What is NFLPA Pipeline to the Pros About? NFLPA dedication to future players to ease the transition from college football into the pros. Slide8:  Get your degree!! Slide9:  Million Dollar Differences Our research indicates that players with degrees (1) have longer average careers and (2) earn higher average salaries. The average salary is over $1,000,000, but the average career is less than four seasons. That means having a degree may mean millions of dollars. Get Your Degree! Slide10:  Only 65,000 Will play at the college level Only 300 Will make an NFL roster Slide11:  327 players were invited to the 2006 Combine 19 never signed a contract. 90 were not drafted but did sign contracts as free agents. 218 did get drafted. And…. 37 did get drafted and never attended the Combine Slide12:  Stay in school Don’t declare early for the draft Of the 616 underclass players declaring for the draft from 1990 through 2006, one of every three of them did not get drafted— Brent Barrington, Toney Bates, Santonio Beard, Ricky Bell, Greg Black, David Brader, Jason Caudill, Kwame Cavil, Chris Clemons, Jamie Coleman, Tony Daniels, Keith Drayton, Jeffrey Dunlap, Brian Easter, Trev Faulk, Brian Fitzgerald, Elliott Fortune, Che Foster, Jonathan Gray, Profail Grier, Bud Herring, Brandell Jackson, Ronney Jenkins, Curtis Johnson, Jermaine Johnson, Jimmy Klinger, Derek Krete, James Lynch, Clarence Matthews, Tariq McDonald, Dwight McFadden, LeVance McQueen, Shantee Orr, Pearce Pegross, Shaun Peterson, Tellis Redmon, Brian Robinson, Freddie Scott, Michael Sellers, Alfred Shipman, Clarence Sinclair, Alex Smith, Gabe Teninbaum, Roderick Thomas, Ben Watson, C. J. Williams, Terrell Willis, Rodney Woodard:  Of the 616 underclass players declaring for the draft from 1990 through 2006, one of every three of them did not get drafted— Brent Barrington, Toney Bates, Santonio Beard, Ricky Bell, Greg Black, David Brader, Jason Caudill, Kwame Cavil, Chris Clemons, Jamie Coleman, Tony Daniels, Keith Drayton, Jeffrey Dunlap, Brian Easter, Trev Faulk, Brian Fitzgerald, Elliott Fortune, Che Foster, Jonathan Gray, Profail Grier, Bud Herring, Brandell Jackson, Ronney Jenkins, Curtis Johnson, Jermaine Johnson, Jimmy Klinger, Derek Krete, James Lynch, Clarence Matthews, Tariq McDonald, Dwight McFadden, LeVance McQueen, Shantee Orr, Pearce Pegross, Shaun Peterson, Tellis Redmon, Brian Robinson, Freddie Scott, Michael Sellers, Alfred Shipman, Clarence Sinclair, Alex Smith, Gabe Teninbaum, Roderick Thomas, Ben Watson, C. J. Williams, Terrell Willis, Rodney Woodard Slide14:  Richie Anderson, Ronde Barber, Michael Bates, Donnell Bennett, Will Blackwell, Dre’ Bly, Tony Brackens, Ike Charlton, Maurice Clarett, Ben Coates, Cosey Coleman, Na’il Diggs, Corey Dillon, Kris Farris, Deon Grant, Jacquez Green, Ahman Green, Rodney Harrison, Andre Hastings, Richie Incognito, Jevon Langford, Tremaine Mack, Curtis Martin, Natrone Means, Lawyer Milloy, Scott Mitchell, Ryan Moats, Bam Morris, Solomon Page, Carl Pickens, Derrick Rodgers, Jon Runyan, Corey Sawyer, Darney Scott, Marvel Smith, James Stewart, Shyrone Stith, Lorenzo Styles, Bobby Taylor, Jeremiah Trotter, Tamarick Vanover, Rian Wallace, Dez White, Frank Wycheck, Amos Zereoue, And of the 426 who were drafted, 60% of them were drafted below the first round... 2005 Draftees Average Bonus Amounts* :  2005 Draftees Average Bonus Amounts* 1st Round-- $10,267,000** 2nd Round-- $1,683,000** 3rd Round-- $643,000 4th Round-- $399,000 5th Round-- $151,000 6th Round-- $83,000 7th Round-- $41,000 **includes base salary and signing, roster, and option bonuses 2006 Draftee Average Guarantees** Slide16:  2006-12 MINIMUM SALARIES Slide17:  AGENTS…... You need one for your rookie negotiations Favorable Contract Language Compensation Length of Contract Draftee Contract Limits:  Draftee Contract Limits Round 1 (1-16)– 6 years Rd. 1 (17-32)– 5 years All others– 4 years No renegotiation for 2 years for Rookies NFLPA Rules and Regulations Governing Contract Advisors:  NFLPA Rules and Regulations Governing Contract Advisors NFLPA has the authority to impose disciplinary action NFL Clubs will only negotiate with NFLPA Certified Contract Advisors (Agents) Background Investigations Pass written examination Loss of certification for 3 years of inactivity Attend yearly seminar Pay an annual fee 3% maximum fee provision Liability Insurance SRA Discloser “Runners” or “Recruiters” Affiliation with only NFLPA Registered Financial Advisors Other Factors to Consider:  Other Factors to Consider Don’t violate NCAA regulations Interview several--there are over 800- Call NFLPA -ensure agent is active and in good standing Verify clients represented Trust and use your gut instinct Slide21:  Most Important……. Never give power of Attorney STANDARD REPRESENTATION AGREEMENT:  STANDARD REPRESENTATION AGREEMENT One Agreement Maximum Fee 3%- this is Negotiable! Not Terminable for 30 Days-if you sign more than 30 days before the draft Additional Agreements for other services (pre-draft loans, training, marketing) Expenses SRA Disclosure Slide23:  Jacksonville Jaguar running back Fred Taylor. “If an agent is going to cheat to get you, he’ll cheat to keep you” Slide24:  (taxes) -$321,500 = $321,500 (car) -$50,000 = $252,210 (Line of credit) -$30,000 = $222,210 (family) -$50,000 = $172,210 (3% agent) -$19,290 = $302,210 2006 Third Round Signing Bonus-average $643,000 $172,210 Remember you are the boss! :  Remember you are the boss! BECAUSE THE $$$MONEY$$$ WILL GO QUICKLY……. Financial Advisor’s Program:  Financial Advisor’s Program Background checks Agree to be bound by the Regulations Governing Financial Advisors Agent referrals or affiliation must be registered in the program If your financial advisor is not registered then, Why not? Player Development:  Player Development Continuing Education Internships Career Transition Business Mgmt & Entrepreneurial Oversight of the Drug and Steroid Programs Slide28:  What is PLAYERS INC? PLAYERS INC is the for-profit licensing and marketing subsidiary of the NFL Players Association. PLAYERS INC creates and develops marketing opportunities for current and former NFL players. The company was founded by the NFL Players Association in 1994. Representing over 1,800 active and 3,000 retired NFL players, PLAYERS INC “takes the helmets off the players”, giving fans the opportunity to see the players’ personalities and talents off the field. PLAYERS INC is involved in licensed merchandise programs, corporate sponsorships and promotions, special events, music and video recordings, as well as television, radio and publishing projects. PLAYERS INC schedules more than 1,000 NFL player appearances each year. What does PLAYERS INC do? Licensing Trading Cards - Topps, Upper Deck, Playoff Video Games - EA Sports Apparel - Reebok Corporate Marketing Snickers, Pepsi, FedEx and Campbell’s Events NFL Players Party, NFL Players Rookie Premiere, NFL Players Gridiron Gala Player Appearances More than 1,000 per year Television/Radio/Internet www.nflplayers.com PLAYERS INC Radio Helmets Off The Pipeline:  Scouting by National & Blesto The College Season College Post-Season Bowl Games All Star Games NFL Early Entry Period Scouting Combine Individual Workouts The NFL Draft Mini-camps Training Camp NFL Regular Season 800-372-2000 The Pipeline Slide30:  QUESTIONS? Anyone? Anyone? Anyone? 800-372-2000 or www.nflpa.org:  800-372-2000 or www.nflpa.org NFLPA Hotline

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