2024 1st round pick #4 is Marvin Harrison Jr

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The receiver came into draft day having not yet signed his NFLPA licensing agreement that would allow for the league to monetize his likeness, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Thursday afternoon.

The preliminary agreement is supposed to be in place — and usually a foregone conclusion for draftees — so that merchandising can begin after a player is drafted, but before they sign their NFL contract.
 

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The receiver came into draft day having not yet signed his NFLPA licensing agreement that would allow for the league to monetize his likeness, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Thursday afternoon.

The preliminary agreement is supposed to be in place — and usually a foregone conclusion for draftees — so that merchandising can begin after a player is drafted, but before they sign their NFL contract.
Maybe he is still getting paid from his college NIL contract?
 

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The receiver came into draft day having not yet signed his NFLPA licensing agreement that would allow for the league to monetize his likeness, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Thursday afternoon.

The preliminary agreement is supposed to be in place — and usually a foregone conclusion for draftees — so that merchandising can begin after a player is drafted, but before they sign their NFL contract.
Why do you care about this?
 

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The receiver came into draft day having not yet signed his NFLPA licensing agreement that would allow for the league to monetize his likeness, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported Thursday afternoon.

The preliminary agreement is supposed to be in place — and usually a foregone conclusion for draftees — so that merchandising can begin after a player is drafted, but before they sign their NFL contract.
So? “This is usually how things are done” is the new “this is how things have always been done”

Good for him.
 

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So? “This is usually how things are done” is the new “this is how things have always been done”

Good for him.
I think he is going to be approaching the whole contract thing quite differently. He doesn't have an agent.
 
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