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Monday, December 05, 2005
Example Four: With friends like his agent, does T.O. need enemies? "Next question!" That's all Duke Law School grad Drew Rosenhaus could say when Channel 6's David Henry asked: "What have you done for your client, other than get him kicked off the team?" Well, Rosenhaus could have said: "Well, I also cost him a ton of money." Besides the nearly $765,000 T.O. lost for being suspended, now the Eagles want $1.725 million back from the signing bonus. More.