Jay Z company followed rules
The NFLPA has determined that Jay Z's sports management company, Roc Nation Sports, followed the rules and legally recruited quarterback Geno Smith as a client last spring, per an official familiar with the case.
Jay Z and Roc Nation came under question after associate Kim Miale, an NFLPA certified contract advisor, wound up signing Smith and some questioned whether Jay Z had been permitted to recruit him. Smith, a second-round draft pick this year, eventually signed a four-year contract with the New York Jets.
As a result of the review, the NFLPA will send out a memo to all agents clarifying the runner rule and explaining what is and is not acceptable.
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