Monthly Archives: April 2011

9 Ways to Use Twitter to Make Yourself More Marketable

I wanted to share a blog post we recently did highlighting ways an athletes Twitter account can be used to make themselves more marketable.  Even though the message was geared-toward NFL players, as a business person, you may find that … Continue reading

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Top Running Backs in 2011 NFL Draft

We may not know if or when the season's going to take place, but at least we know for sure that the NFL Draft will take place starting this upcoming Thursday. Nothing can energize a fan base like a good … Continue reading

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Zack Bleiler – Under the Radar NFL Prospect

Players from smaller colleges often become great value picks for NFL teams.  Just ask the New England Patriots.  Danny Woodhead has been an extremely valuable part of their offense, and he played college ball at Chadron State, a Division II … Continue reading

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Do You Know Anyone that Wants to Play Pro Football?

If you know anyone that thinks they have pro football talent, you may want to let them know about the upcoming tryout opportunities for UFL teams. Click HERE to view the tryout dates and times for the the Sacramento Mountain … Continue reading

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How the NFL’s Loss May Be the UFL’s Gain In 2011

Check out this article, titled Could UFL Really Gain From NFL's Lockout? from the National Football Post.  It discusses the UFL's plan to snatch-up NFL talent due to the lockout. In my recent blog post titled What You Should Know About … Continue reading

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NFL Draft 2011: Small-School Prospects

It's been 3 years since a D2 player has been drafted to the NFL.  The list goes on and on of small school prospects that make an impact in the NFL nowadays (think Danny Woodhead).  This year, Cecil Shorts has … Continue reading

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Broke NFL Players

When you get a chance, check out this article from the National Football Post, one of my favorite websites.  It's called "Spending the Windfall", and talks about how a lot of current NFL players are hurting financially, partially due to … Continue reading

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