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See which players sports agent Jordan Woy represents

Posted 6:43am on Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2012

Jordan Woy's clients include 40 players on 20 NFL teams. Among them are:

Dallas Cowboys linebackers Anthony Spencer and Victor Butler, defensive ends Jason Hatcher and Kenyon Coleman, and kicker Dan Bailey.

Donald Driver, Green Bay Packers receiver; Matt Bryant, Atlanta Falcons kicker; and Jordan Pugh Washington Redskins safety.

A sizable number of players from nearby TCU and SMU. Jason Phillips of the Carolina Panthers, Braylon Broughton of the New Orleans Saints and Daryl Washington of the Arizona Cardinals are all from TCU. Emmanuel Sanders of the Pittsburgh Steelers, Aldrick Robinson and Josh LeRibeus of the Washington Redskins, and Sterling Moore of the New England Patriots are from SMU.

Notable former Dallas Cowboys, including safety Roy Williams, offensive lineman Flozell Adams and safety Brock Marion.

Woy's agent fee is 3 percent, and he typically likes to sign players to five-year contracts. "The bottom line is that I can negotiate a four-year contract for a player and he has the right to fire me a day, or a week or a year later if he wants to," says Woy. "But if I have negotiated that deal for that player, and he and the team have all signed off on it, then whether he fires me or not, he is obligated to pay me -- and it's usually 3 percent per year -- for the life of that contract that he plays out.

"Now, on the flip side, let's say a player terminates an agent, and he's in the middle of his three-year deal that that agent negotiated. He can sign with me, but I won't get paid until I negotiate a new deal for that player. And I might not get paid for the two remaining years of his old contract, even though I'm officially his new agent."

-- Andrew Marton

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