Sunday, July 28, 2013


you had to do was to show up and work out with the football team you work for just by lifting some weights, run some sprints, and go through some drills.

According to

Well... Tarell Brown MISSED HIS OPPORTUNITY ...
thanks to his agent Brian Overstreet. Not only did Mr.Brown miss his date and time to show up.. 

BUT ...AGAIN IMAGINE, if you found out NOT from a call or some type/kind of notification from your AGENT which is Brian Oversight   (this is his job to do anyway) but from someone on of all places via TWITTER.

Now had Tarell Brown shown up the San Francisco 49ers would’ve owed their starting cornerback $2 million extra in base salary thanks to an escalator in his contract.

From the Associated Press on Thursday(7-25-2013):
Brown had been due to earn $2.925 million in salary for the 2013 season. The 28-year-old Brown, who is entering his contract year and currently without an agent, worked out on his own this offseason — something he said he has routinely done.
Had he known about the $2 million, he would have done things differently.
“No one wants to leave money on the table,” Brown said. “If I would have known the clauses in my contract — that’s what agents get paid to do, to orchestrate the contract and to let you know what you can and can’t do as far as workouts and OTAs and things of that sort. That’s what he got paid to do. He didn’t do that, so in my opinion you have to be let go. We all are held accountable for our actions. This is part of the business.”
Brown was still in shock after the Niners’ initial training camp practice, having known about the issue for only a matter of hours.

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