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Saturday, May 18, 2024

How Marvin Harrison Jr. Could Change the NFL

  • Marvin Harrison has forgone the NFLPA's group licensing agreement, opting to pursue individual sponsorship deals.
  • ESPN's Josh Weinfuss explains how Harrison Jr. could be setting a new precedent for NFL players.
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Marvin Harrison Jr. has not signed the NFLPA’s group licensing agreement, and is instead pursuing individual sponsorship and licensing deals with companies. This is not the first time the wide receiver has done things a little differently: He also passed on the NFL Combine and Pro Day, choosing to prepare for the season instead. Other players could follow in his footsteps, as they seek more empowerment. ESPN’s Josh Weinfuss joins the show to discuss how Harrison Jr. is creating new precedents.

Plus, Tom Brady got roasted, and the Kentucky Derby celebrated high viewership numbers and a new media deal.

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