Chris Cabott is a certified National Football League Player Agent and attorney. Chris’ experience as an agent includes representation of current players Paxton Lynch (QB, Denver Broncos), Garrett Gilbert (QB, Free Agent), Taylor Heinicke (QB, Minnesota Vikings), Danny Vitale (FB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers), Daniel Lasco (RB, New Orleans Saints), Seth DeValve (TE, Cleveland Browns), Steven Scheu (TE, New England Patriots), Jonathan Woodard (DE, Jacksonville Jaguars), Eric Kush (OL, Los Angeles Rams), Ian Wild (DB, Steelers), Brandian Ross (DB, Denver Broncos), Karim Barton (OL, Houston Texans), and Khari Lee (TE, Chicago Bears).
Chris also represents former players Ronnie Cameron (DT, Cleveland Browns), Alex Gottlieb (TE, Arizona Cardinals), Quinn Barham (OL, Detroit Lions), Aaron Bates (P, Pittsburgh Steelers), Boris Lee (LB, Jacksonville Jaguars), Chase Turner (P/K, Chicago Bears), Darrell Blackman (RB/KR/PR, Green Bay Packers), Rory Thomas (OL, Detroit Lions), Deric Yaussi (K, Buffalo Bills), and Bobby Kelsey (P, Philadelphia Eagles).
In addition, Chris represents a number of athletes as an attorney and as a consultant. Those athletes include Raheem Brock (DL, Seattle Seahawks (Retired), Chansi Stuckey (WR, New York Jets (Retired), and Dan Klecko (DT, Indianapolis Colts (Retired).
Chris is an adjunct instructor at Temple University’s Fox School of Business, where he teaches sports law. He is the co-author of Keeping Out the Little Guy: An Older Contract Advisor’s Concern, a Younger Contract Advisor’s Lament (2005 Villanova Law Journal) and The Legal and Business Aspects of Sport Management (2012 Kendall Hunt Publishers). Both publications address the laws and rules governing the representation of NFL athletes. He is a member of the American Bar Association Forum on Sports and Entertainment Law and Sports Lawyers Association.