Am I the only person who thinks this is a conflict of interest?
Question:Every Sunday, Channel 7 in Miami airs a weekend sports wrap-up show. One of the regulars is Drew Rosenhaus, the sports agent. He usually gives some opinions and then they play "Drew or False" (yeah, horrible pun) where he answers questions from the host.
While Drew may be well informed, what usually happens is that he uses the time to pimp his clients. For example, last season Jason Taylor had phenomenal game against the Cheifs. The host asked Drew if he thought Taylor might be the Dolphins' best defensive player ever. His answer: Taylor is really good, but I have to give that honor to Zack Thomas because he's a client. Or a couple of weeks ago Drew chastized the Dolphins for not releasing Olindo Mare when it was obvious he wasn't going to be their kicker next season. I think he's right, but for him to have that venue every week is clearly a conflict of interest. I only wish I had been watching in 2005 when he was dealing with the whole Terrell Owens fiasco.
So what do you think?
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