NFL Player Fired Rep Without Being Poached, Agency Says

By Ivan Moreno (May 23, 2022, 3:00 PM EDT) -- Talent agency CAA Sports has said that a lawsuit alleging it illegally poached NFL player Kenny Golladay from a competitor should be dismissed because the wide receiver decided to fire his agent long before the autograph signing event at the center of the dispute.

CAA argued on Friday that Clarity Sports International LLC and Golladay's former agent Jason Bernstein sued because they "would not accept that Golladay fired them because he had lost confidence in Bernstein's ability," according to a motion in Pennsylvania federal court.

Golladay wanted to hire Todd France of CAA, "a better known and more experienced agent," the agency...

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