The Texas Senate has passed a bill that could lead to felony convictions and up to 10 years of prison for any sports agents or "runners" who bait college athletes into signing contracts that cause them to lose their eligibility.
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An NFL agent was recently hired as the head football coach of a private high school in Connecticut, which raised questions about a potential conflict of interest.
February 08, 2011
The Arkansas House Judiciary Committee today recommended passage of a bill that would make it a felony for sports agents to offer cash or other gifts to student-athletes. The proposed Athlete Agent Reform Act would increase the criminal penalties from a misdemeanor to a Class D felony, according to...