Originally Posted by Green Jets & Ham
I didn't know that, but its not good, especially if Bryant slides to a team like the Jets. That's where I can see Parker taking the same position he took with Crabtree, suggesting his client never should have slid that far, should have been taken higher according to his talent, so he expects to be paid according to his ability and not where he slid ... blah blah blah ... and that can easily turn into another lengthy holdout
Parker's M.O. in that respect is already established, so I wouldn't be surprised if he takes that position
its' more than taking the same position as he did with crabtree....its' not getting players who need direction preparing for the draft process or the camps which follow immediately...that's the big issue- some agents do it well Parker does not w/players who need a lot of hand holding or direction...
Had Bryant been with an agency like Octagon or CAA what happened on Tueday never would've gone down...then when he arrives to a rookie mini camp he's ready to go rather than being behind the 8-ball
Alvin Keels is another one- happened with Andre Smith last year and happening to Terrance Cody this year...and in the end it costs these players $$$