Report: Orlando Brown Jr. employs Michael Portner
The next chip has fallen in the off-season for Kansas City Chiefs, with left Orlando Brown Jr. hire agent Thursday. The story was broken NFL Networks Mike Garafolo.
#Mafumu LT Orlando Brown has signed with his agent, Michael Portner @DSGathletes, while he and the team are working on a long-term contract before July 15 to do so. Brown and Portner found similarities in the community as described in the article below. pic.twitter.com/fUknX9JI3b
– Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) June 2, 2022
The garage added that something very special about Brown signing with Portner is that he is new to this.
“He wanted an assistant who had no relationship or relationship with the manager,” Garafolo said in a tweet. “Portner is discussing his first NFL contract, and Brown saw it as a good thing.”
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Delta Sports Group (“DSG”) is proud to announce the signing of Orlando Brown Jr. as his first NFL client. DSG will represent Orlando’s interests in negotiations with the NFL Clubs as well as foreign advertising opportunities.
During the recruitment process, both parties formed a special personal agreement, which can lead to a better relationship with professionals. Orlando’s performance on the pitch is self-evident, and DSG will make sure his interests are well represented in negotiations with the NFL Clubs. Most importantly, DSG will work with Orlando to make positive changes in rural areas, including working quickly with Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City.
“Right now in my life, I realize my job is bigger than my next football contract,” said the 3x Pro Bowl Left Tackle, Orlando Brown Jr. “Michael became well-known because we communicate in private. From an early age, we all suffered from the effects of diabetes. His father is a nephrologist in the Mississippi Delta. My father died of diabetes ketoacidosis and my younger brother had Down syndrome. sugar.
“This opportunity and the dream have come true. I’m excited to have Orlando as my first NFL client, “said Michael Portner, NFL Agent and founder of Delta Sports Group. Everything we do will be tailored to fit Orlando and his family with the goal of planning his life after football. Also, I was able to connect with Orlando’s mentor, Jammal Brown, on a personal level. Jammal’s passion, perseverance, and keen interest in detail contributed to every aspect of the process. Thanks to Orlando and Jammal for believing in me. I know that our ways have gone for a reason. ”
The signing will take place officially on June 2nd, 2022 in Downtown Miami.
Negotiations can now resume
The Chiefs named Brown earlier in March, but negotiations to extend the long-term contract stalled ahead of the NFL Combine, with the 26-year-old deciding to fire his assistant.
At a press conference last week, Chiefs head coach Andy Reid confirmed Brown had no assistant. After that change, discussions with Chiefs general manager Brett Veach can be summarized.
The Chiefs general manager spoke at length about Brown in early May – and how he could forge a long-term contract, and the release of more than $ 16 million tag-linked could affect the entire season.
“Hopefully, we will take the story of Orlando Brown and depending on how it goes and how it is made, it could allow us to do something or something that we don’t think about right now,” Veach said. “I think we have a chance to do a little thing and if it makes sense, we would do it.
“It’s still a long time – and as I said, if you have this game and add all the players, you will have opposition and the teams will start cutting players. as soon as you pass these rookie minicamps and OTAs, the negotiations will resume and some teams will be able to sing about other players.
“I think the best thing for us is that we have a change here. We don’t feel like, ‘Oh, we can’t do anything, we’re settled.’ We have a choice next year, we have money now and depending on how Orlando plays we can have some more depending on how everything is settled.We always try to be flexible and do what is best for the team and we are not moving to move.
“We have shown a lot of character over the years, I know we are aggressive, but we have shown that we can be self-controlled and allow things to work out. More than anything, as long as you have the opportunity to go to the weather, I think you are in the right place. We can call again and listen and see what’s on the outside. “
Kansas City first acquired Brown through trade with the Baltimore Ravens before the 2021 NFL Draft. He started 16 of 17 regular games and the last three games left for the Chiefs last season, which was named the Pro Bowl.