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Well payback is a b*tch. Wouldn't be surprised if all teams stop dealing with the agent after this, as the article states, there is an unwritten code that agents work with and this violates it.BTW, here's a PFT link to there take: http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/2014/03/16/report-multiple-teams-miffed-over-emmanuel-sanders-negotiations/

LMAO.  Yeah, if there's one attribute that NFL front offices are know for, it's their self control.  Players would have to stop dealing with him, not teams.  Teams will always sign the players they feel play football the best.  If this dude gets the rep of doing whatever (that won't get his contracts invalidated) to get his guys the most money, you can bet that will only increase his business.  I bet he has his feet up on his desk smiling over this positive publicity.

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