NFL’s Top 10 Agents For 2022

As casual watchers, we constantly admire the coaches, the players, and their abilities.

We are interested in their backgrounds and how they ended up in their clubs, though.

Nearly 90% of the focus in this modern era is on the players. The only people still receiving attention are those who oversee the athletes themselves.

Top NFL Agents are Hence the Focus of the Article

The National Football League agents are in charge of managing the contracts and deals for players who play for the league.

Additionally, NFL agents serve as football players’ legal counsel and intellectual resources.

They are in charge of negotiating, arranging transfers, administering their endorsement contracts, and many other tasks.

We will talk about some of the top NFL agents in the post, along with their agencies, clients, commissions, and contracts.

To discover if your favorite NFL agents are making out on our list or not, read the article.

  1. David Mulugheta

born in Dallas, Texas, in 1983

There are 42 clients.

Agreements: 1.6B

The Athletes First agency

Budda Baker, Jalen Ramsey, Deshaun Watson, and Michael Thomas are clients.
According to Forbes, David Mulugheta is the best NFL agent in 2020.

The decision was then made using commissions and negotiated agreements worth roughly $1.6B.

In 2010, he began working for Athlete First as an intern. In 2012, he also earned his certification as an NFLPA contract advisor.

He holds law degrees from the Universities of Texas and Nebraska and has represented all professional athletes and teams in numerous pro bowls.

Furthermore, he represents 42 NFL players and receives a $46.7M commission.

2. Todd France

the 13th day of February 1980 in Toledo, Ohio

There are 69 clients.

Deals: $1.5 billion

The Athletes First agency

Customers: Fletcher Cox, Grady Jarrett, Dak Prescott, and Aaron Donal
About 69 clients are represented by this Atlanta-based agent, including quarterback Dak Prescott of the Dallas Cowboys and defensive tackle Grady Jarrett of the Atlanta Falcons.

Currently a professor at Ohio Northern University in Ada, he was a placekicker in the Arena Football League.

Additionally, he has commissions of $44.1M and has negotiated active NFL contracts for over $1 billion.

3. Tom Condon

born in Derby, Connecticut, on October 26, 1952

There are 40 clients.

Deals: $1.5 billion

Creative Artists Agency

Clients: Calais Campbell, Matthew Stafford, Nick Bosa, Andrus Peat, Drew Brees, Matt Ryan, and J.J. Watt
The former right guard became American football agent Tom Condon.

Along with fellow agent Ben Dogra, he is also in charge of the Creative Artist Agency’s Football division.

The former offensive lineman for the Kansas City Chiefs obtained his law degree from the University of Baltimore in the off-season and also represented colleagues while competing in the NFL.

During his tenure as NFLPA President (1984 to 1986), he negotiated contracts worth nearly $1.5 billion and received a $43.7 million commission.

Brian Murphy 4.

birth date: n/a

There are 90 clients.

 4. Brian Murphy 

The Athletes First agency

Ryan Kerrigan, Kyle Rudolph, and Harrison Smith are clients.

Athletes First was established in 2001 by Brian Murphy and David Dunn, who also acts as the company’s president.

Athletes First has become into the nation’s most effective independent football agency throughout his leadership.

He has negotiated over $1 billion in contracts and earned commissions of $38.6 million. He is a Harvard law graduate.

Additionally, over the years, he had several spectacular veteran contracts and took part in the negotiations of some of the most important contracts in NFL history.

5. Joel Segal 

birth date: n/a

There are 56 clients.

$1.2B in contracts

Agency: SportFive

Clients: Michael Vick, Trumaine Johnson, Randy Moss, Christian McCaffrey, Khalil Mack, and Patrick Peterson.
One of the top NFL agents with more than 25 years of expertise is Joel Segal.

In May 2016, he was chosen to lead Lagardère Sports’ football and team sports divisions. Lagardere Sports changed its name to SPORTIVE in 2020.

Segal obtained his Juris Doctor from Hofstra Law School after graduating with honors from George Washington University.

Additionally, he has negotiated some of the most important contracts and receives a $35.5M compensation.

6. Jimmy Sexton

Date of birth: 22 August 1963

There are 75 clients.

Arrangements: $1B

Creative Artists Agency

Clients: Sam Darnold, Laremy Tunsil, Derrick Henry, Jason Witten, C.J. Mosley, Julio Jones, Philip Rivers, Daniel Jones
Jimmy Sexton is one of the co-heads of the football division at Creative Artists Agency and the NFLPA’s youngest agent.

Jimmy’s football business, which has negotiated active contracts worth more than $1 billion, leads the NFL player contract representation industry.

Sexton, a native Memphian and University of Tennessee alumnus, is one of the few agents who works with both coaches and players.

Along with signing over a billion contracts, he also receives a $31 million commission.

7. Drew Rosenhaus

Born in South Orange, New Jersey, on October 29, 1966

There are 103 clients.

Arrangements: $1B

Rosenhaus Sports Representative, Inc.

Clients: Andrew Norwell, Jurrell Casey, Charles Johnson, Rob Gronkowski, Antonio Brown, Navorro Bowman, Darius Slay, and Rob Gronkowski
Drew Owner of the Miami-based sports agency Rosenhaus Sports Representative and NFL agent Jordan Rosenhaus The vice president of that very agency is his brother Jason.

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He has represented well-known clients and negotiated more than a billion contracts.

He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Miami and his law degree from the Duke University School of Law.

He has also been a well-known media figure who has made roughly $30.7 million to date.

8. Ryan Tollner

birth date: n/a

There are 66 clients.

$875.5M in contracts

Rep 1 Sports, Inc.

Brandin Cooks, Ben Roethlisberger, Carson Wentz, Jared Goff, and Marcus Mariota are among the clients.
Former Cal quarterback Ryan Tollner has established a reputation as one of the industry’s emerging sports agents.

He co-founded Rep 1 Sports in Irvine, and over his career, he has negotiated more than $1 billion in deals. Two of the NFL’s highest-paid quarterbacks, Carson Wentz of the Eagles and Jared Goff of the Rams, are among his clients.

Two of the top picks in the NFL Draft are the first two players represented by his agency.

Due to his negotiating and business dealings with numerous prominent clients, he has a net worth of $26.3 million.

9. Doug Hendrickson  

birth year: 1968

There are 72 clients.

$792M in contracts

The Wasserman Agency

Clients: Shaq Thompson, Cameron Jordan, Arik Armstead, Kenny Clark Jr.
American sports agent Doug Hendrickson primarily represents NFL players.

He served as Football for Independent Sports and Entertainment’s co-president (ISE).

He joined Wasserman in 2018 after leaving ISE, where he is now the executive vice president of football.

He has been referred to be one of the top NFL agents and has negotiated over $500M in contracts, which is relatively high on the list.

Hendrickson attended Monta Vista High School while growing up in the South Bay. He played basketball and baseball at San Jose State University after graduating from high school.

He has received a $792M commission and is continually receiving more.

10. Chris Cabott

birth date: n/a

There are 18 clients.

Expenses: $534.2M

Steinberg Sports and Entertainment, the agency

Patrick Mahomes, Jerry Jeudy, and Tua Tagovailoa are clients.

Chris Cabott is both an NFL agent and a lawyer.

He serves as Steinberg Sports and Entertainment’s chief executive officer and is the leading NFL agent there.

In addition, he negotiated Patrick Mahomes’ 10-year, $450 million extension with the Kansas City Chiefs, the biggest contract in sports history.

He is an engaging media figure. He has also obtained endorsement deals with prestigious companies like Nike, Adidas, Visa, Gillette, and many others for his clients.

He does, however, receive a $16.2M commission and has secured other sizable contracts.

So, to sum up, becoming an NFL agent is an extremely difficult career that needs a lot of effort and brainpower. The top 10 NFL agents, nevertheless, are those listed above as of 2021.

If there are any names that we’ve left out, please feel free to comment and explain the person’s accomplishments as an NFL agent as well as their personality.

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