Rough and Ready T. S. Michaels Mulls 2010 Options

September 14, 2009

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 14 /PRNewswire/ — For the last few years, T. S. Michaels has found himself entrenched in a grueling two-front conflict on foreign soil … and about as far from the American gridiron as anyone can possibly imagine. With his typical southern-gentleman restraint, he says of his service, “What was done was absolutely necessary, and I have no regrets. But now it’s time to move on to the next chapter of my life.”

With that said, since his return … his two-a-day training sessions are exhausting even to his trainer! He’s come back leaner, faster, stronger, and, according to his Training Director, Reed Taylor, even more intense. “He’s the penultimate wide-receiver/half-jack … and those aren’t words that I use casually.”

The football landscape has undoubtedly changed in Michael’s absence. The NFL Arena League franchises in Indiana and Carolina have folded, and the 2010 season for the remainder of the extremely popular Arena League is still an uncertainty.

Negotiations continue to progress with the AFL Tampa Bay Storm … by far the most successful franchise in AFL history.

There’s even more exciting news with the announcement of TWO new professional football organizations forming in 2010. The newly re-launched USFL (which, as you may remember, gave the NFL quite a run for their money in the 1980s). And a brand new entity – the United Football League – with (anchor) franchises in NYC, Las Vegas, California, and Florida.

Team affiliations aside, Michael’s personal endorsements, appearances, and sponsorship contracts continue to reign supreme. Having represented almost every men’s magazine in the category, he still enjoys competing in endurance (auto) racing, is now promoted by football powerhouse “Schutt,” endorses the Wounded Warrior Project, and Slacker Radio recently announced a ONE MILLION dollar multi-media commercial endorsement package to wrap around Michaels’ (yet to be determined) primary sponsor! That endorsement alone should rattle a few front-office cages.

Only the next few months will tell, but we’re looking forward to seeing what transpires between the NFL, AFL, USFL, and UFL. If nothing else, it’ll be smash-mouth football at its finest!


    Trip Vansandt, Agent of Record
    Los Angeles

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