Rams defensive tackle Michael Brockers has 3.44 million dollars from a stock company called Fantex. They will pay him the money for 10 percent of his career earnings. This is a great investment for Brockers, in my opinion that struck gold. @DarrenHeitner: Rams DT @MichaelBrockers receives $3.44 million to become next @fantex athlete stock offering […]
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Rams DT Michael Brockers is the first defensive player to get his own IPO with Fantex. (Andrew Brandt)
Brockers has sold 10 percent of his “brand income” for $3.44 million, which will be offered as 362,200 shares at $10.
Draft analysts Mike Mayock and Mel Kiper Jr. discussed some of the issues surround FSU QB Jameis Winston as we approach...
The St. Louis Rams must be reeling after news that they have lost Sam Bradford for the entire 2014 season with another torn ACL. But the team needs to be coming together, not cracking up.
Unfortunately, young defensive tackle Michael Brockers said a bunch of different words on Monday afternoon that together made little sense. Appearing on ESPN, the former first-round pick offered...
ST. LOUIS -- Michael Brockers doesn't know all the technical jargon for what kept him out of much of training camp. He just knows he's ready to go.
The third-year defensive tackle suffered a high right ankle sprain in early August just prior to the St. Louis Rams' first scrimmage Aug. 2. He missed the team's first two preseason games and didn't get much practice in until Tuesday...
Most young professional twenty-somethings like myself know all about our version of Sunday Fundays.
But Michael Brockers has a different idea of Sunday Funday, and it doesn’t involve Bloody Marys and bottomless mimosas.
My Sunday fundays can't come soon enough! @stlouisrams #rams #nfl http://t.co/JSe4BkSHqC pic.twitter.com/ihuZAjKcj5
— Michael Brockers (@MichaelBrockers) July 12, 2014
Before Thursday night, the Rams already boasted one of the scariest defensive lines in the NFL, featuring three former first-rounders in Chris Long, Robert Quinn and Michael Brockers.
The Rams’ line led the league in sacks in 2012 and nearly did the same last season.
The Rams weren’t satisfied though. General manager Les Snead saw an elite defensive tackle prospect sitting right...