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NFL wide receiver Brandon Lloyd was instrumental in my fantasy football team winning the regular season and championship game in the 2010/11 season. Lloyd (31-years-old) did an outstanding job of taking his mediocre career to new heights playing 16 games with 77 receptions, 11 touchdowns, and 1,448 receiving yards with the Denver Broncos that year. Since then, he has been traded to the St. Louis Rams. He also picked up a new agent.
Lloyd, now a free agent, is represented by Tom Condon of Creative Artists Agency (CAA). He was formerly represented by David Dunn of Athletes First. This is a situation of a player switching from one major agency to another powerhouse. Interestingly, Condon is based in the same city as Lloyd’s most recent employer – St. Louis, Missouri.
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St. Louis Rams
Owner: Stan Kroenke
Stadium: Edward Jones Dome
2011 record: 2-14
Last playoff appearance: 2004, 8-8, W27-20 SEA, 47-17 ATL
General Manager: Les Snead (2012 – present)
Head Coach: Jeff Fisher (2012 – present, 142-120 regular season, 5-6 postseason)
Offensive Coordinator: Brian Schottenheimer
Defensive Coordinator: Gregg Williams
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According to Bob Fescoe of the 610 Sports radio in the Kansas City Chiefs have spoken with Tom Condon about Peyton Manning twice:
Hearing the #chiefs and tom condon have spoken twice abt peyton manning. Told financials a good fit for kc. We shall see what happens
— Bob Fescoe (@bobfescoe) February 23, 2012
If true the Chiefs are staring down the barrel of a tampering...