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Sportstars is a full-service athlete management firm that has been representing NFL players for 30 years. Such stability in this volatile industry speaks volumes about the character and mission of Sportstars. Based in New York City, with satellite offices in St. Louis, MO, and Corvallis, OR, Sportstars is a cornerstone firm in the sports representation industry. Over our long history, we have distinguished ourselves among both clients and NFL Management.

Sportstars Inc. is well known for its superior track record in contract negotiations and the close personal relationships we maintain with our clients and their families. At Sportstars, our objective is to maximize the value of our clients’ contracts throughout their careers and secure their futures for life after football. The window to find prosperity in the NFL is small and our first priority is to help our clients reach their goals. We take our responsibility to our clients and their families very seriously, working closely with them to provide a level of service that is unparalleled in the athlete representation industry.

Founded on the principles of integrity and honesty, we are trusted advisors to our clients who value our experience, preparation, and enthusiasm. We combine innovative analytical abilities with one of the most experienced agent teams in the industry. Our agents possess unique skills and credentials ranging from a variety disciplines including business, sport management, law, and finance. We are a diverse team comprised of trained attorneys, CPA’s, and labor relations experts that hold Bachelor’s, Master’s and Law Degrees from respected universities such as New York University, Notre Dame, Cornell, Penn State, University of Florida, Indiana University, University of Miami, University of Illinois Law, New York Law and Fordham Law.


Representing NFL Players for Over 30 Years

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At Sportstars, our clients are consistently impressed with the full-range of services we offer. Our relationship with our clients continues throughout their NFL career and we then assist in their transition to life after football.

We provide the necessary support structure year round that our clients need to succeed before, during, as well as after their professional football career. It begins with pre-draft and Combine preparation, general advice and mentoring on the transition from college to professional life (both on and off the field), and extends to the day-to-day support that all successful professional athletes are seeking.

Our objective is to maximize the value of our clients’ contracts.

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