"no team is going to trade for a player when the agent is on the phone telling them wait, because we're certain he'll get released"I'm not an expert on agent compensation but aren't they paid a set percentage of their client's salary? If that's so, why would an agent try to undercut a deal which would have kept him getting a % of $16 million in lieu of Revis getting cut and signing elsewhere, resulting in lost compensation for Revis and the agent?
Because his job is to represent Revis' interests and not his own?
Do you think Revis wanted to take a $4 Million pay cut so he could go to a contender? I suppose it's possible but nothing I've ever read about the guy suggests someone who'd leave that kind of money on the table.
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