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.
Washington Redskins tight end Niles Paul on Tuesday was at Laurel Ridge Elementary School in Fairfax, Va., to discuss the importance of paying it forward. Helping kick off the school’s anti-bullying campaign, the students actually had no idea Paul was going to be speaking to him, let alone be there...More
When the Chiefs recently approached Tamba Hali about an opportunity to help a foundation looking to assist Ebola patients in his native Liberia, he certainly did not need to think it over very long.“You can’t really overthink that one,” Hali said....More
All too often, national news regarding NFL players has to do with scandal and controversy. Locally we hear about our hometown heroes doing good deeds in the community, but rarely do those stories get the recognition they deserve on a national level...More
In January, Alfred Morris was recognized as the Redskins’ selection for the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award, an honor given annually by the league to recognize a player’s excellence both in the community and on the field....More
HOBOKEN – Few NFL players enjoyed a more eventful first half of 2014 than Breno Giacomini. He won a Super Bowl with the Seahawks, and then signed a free agent contract with the Jets to be their new right tackle. As he enters his seventh NFL season, he is now quite wealthy. His four-year, $18 million contract includes $7 million in guaranteed pay...More
CORTLAND, N.Y. (AP) — Oday Aboushi gently placed the young boy on the hospital room bed, and quickly stepped aside. The child's mother broke down at the sight of her suddenly unrecognizable son. His once-misshapen mouth appeared nearly normal. She turned to Aboushi, an offensive lineman for the New York Jets, and hugged him. Aboushi wasn't ready for it. And then, he cried, too...More
Seahawks doing good in the community. It was a sold out night for Seattle Seahawks defensive end Cliff Avril. On Monday night he hosted the United Way of King County Charity Bowling Bash at West Seattle Bowl...More
NASHUA, N.H. >> Nobody would begrudge Chargers defensive end Kendall Reyes if he spent the time between the recently completed mini-camp and next month’s training camp in sun-drenched San Diego. But the former UConn star is not about to forget where he came from...More