Jack is a co-founder of the National Football Post (www.nationalfootballpost.com). Jack is currently one of the most respected agents in the NFL. His consistent success and no‐nonsense approach over the last 2 decades has earned him an elite reputation among his peers and NFL executives alike. When Jack executes a contract, other agents and general managers take notice because it is usually a precedent setting deal. He has single-handedly built one of the most profitable agencies in the country, while simultaneously maintaining a low profile. His clientèle has included first‐round draft picks, Pro Bowlers and high profile coaches. Three of Jack’s clients have been among the highest paid players at their positions in the history of the NFL.
In 1987, when Jack negotiated his first contract, the team negotiator for the Browns at that time was Michael Lombardi. Over the next 20 years Jack and Michael negotiated numerous other contracts. Also, as the agent for Al Harris, one of the Packers’ premiere players, Jack negotiated with Andrew Brandt.
-Executive Producer, Creator: “Super Agent”, in conjunction with Spike TV and Universal Studios
-Helped No Fear grow their sales three‐fold within two years by giving them access and association with NFL Players
-Certified NFL Contract Advisor with over 15 active clients
-Investment Banking experience with EF Hutton and Kidder Peabody
-Facilitated Jim Harbaugh’s rise from Division‐IAA Head Coach to Pac‐10 head coach at Stanford University.
About The National Football Post
The National Football Post is the premier online information source for serious football fans. Managed by a cross-section of NFL insiders, it features in-depth news, information and analysis at a level unique among sports Web sites. Beyond the usual news, statistics and highlights, The National Football Post offers deeper insight into the game and how front office operations, player negotiations and other business developments can impact it. The site's insider blogs, news roundup, fantasy football analysis and user commentaries will give the serious fan a pipeline to the inner workings of professional football and provide powerful research for any fantasy football participant. The National Football Post is available at www.NationalFootballPost.com.
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