|Jason Tobias Fletcher II|
|Born||March 22, 1975
|Residence||St.Louis, Missouri and Miami, Florida|
|Education||University of Louisiana-Lafayette|
|Occupation||NFL Sports Agent|
Jason Fletcher (born March 22, 1975) is an American sports agent who works primarily with NFL players and coaches, but also represents athletes in other sports including baseball, basketball, and the UFC. A graduate of the University of Louisiana-Lafayette, he received his Bachelor of Science degree in Biological Science. Jason was on a scholarship for football, but also participated in track and field during his time at school. Jake Delhomme Pro Bowl quarterback for the Carolina Panthers and Brandon Stokley wide receiver for the Denver Broncos were college teammates. Jason Fletcher was an NFL undrafted free agent from 1998–2000, having opportunities with several NFL teams and in 2000 and 2001 played in the arena football league with the Los Angeles Avengers where NFL great Stan Brock was head coach.
B & F Sports to Blueprint
B & F Sports is the company founded by Jason Fletcher. Through B & F Sports, Jason Fletcher has been a certified National Football League contract advisor (NFL sports agent) since 2001. In 2003 Attorney Michael Walton was added to the staff as Vice President and a licensed certified National Football League contract advisor. In 2005 B&F Sports became in direct affiliation and council of The Cochran Firm (St. Louis) to assist in the representation of their clients, with over 20 offices nationwide, serving NFL players from almost every team in the league. In early 2009, Jason Fletcher formed a merger with NFL agent Fletcher Smith (Chicago based agent), owner of Chicago Sports Management by Blueprint Sports Group representing over 20 plus NFL players, including...Nate Irving, Mikel Leshoure, Weslye Saunders, and others.
Michael Young - Generated a 3 year career with the Arizona Cardinals as a top backup linebacker, Young was considered athletically challenged and under productive in college…
Christian Morton - Created opportunities with (8) NFL organizations (Patriots - 2004, Browns - 2004, Saints - 2004, Falcons - 2004 & 2005, Redskins - 2005 & 2006, Panthers - 2006 & 2007, Broncos - 2008, Titans - 2009). Morton’s career lasted longer than higher draft selections at the same position: Jeremy Lesueur (85th), Derrick Strait (76th), Will Poole (102nd), Michael Waddell (124th), Bruce Thornton (121st), Chris Thompson (150th), Jeff Shoate (152nd), Vontae Duff (170th), Greg Brooks (183rd), Dexter Wynn (192nd), Nathan Jones (205th), Alphonso Marshall (215th).
Antonio Cromartie - Taken as a top pick for the San Diego Chargers 19th selection in the 2006 NFL draft: after one college start in his career, a major knee injury, and zero football played in 2005! Cromartie received a richer contract (5 year - $13.5 million with $7.5 million guaranteed) than 18th selection Bobby Carpenter (5 year - $10.8 million with $7.7 million guaranteed) and 15th selection Tye Hill (5 year - $12.6 million with $7.21 million guaranteed).
Brandon Williams - After completing his career at the University of Wisconsin as the all-time leader in receptions, the smallish/slow Williams still maintained a solid 5th round grade! Fletcher networked hard and aggressive with NFL personnel and took the politics head on, to sell his client as a valued top 100 prospect! Williams received a richer contract (4 year - $2.285 million with a signing bonus of $675,000 = 571.250 average per year and a 8% increase over the 2005 84th selection) than 83rd selection Anthony Smith (3 year - $1.564 million with a signing bonus of $521,500), 79th selection Jerious Norwood (4 year - $1.8 million with a signing bonus of $720,000), and 77th selection Jon Alston (3 year - $1.374 million with a signing bonus of $550,000).
Leigh Bodden - The Patriots and Bodden were unable to reach an agreement on a contract extension prior to the start of free agency in March 2010. After visiting with the Houston Texans on March 8, 2010, Bodden was reported to have signed a deal with the Patriots the very next day. The following day, details of the contract were released: the total deal was $22 million over 4 years, with $10 million guaranteed. The contract was front-loaded, with nearly two-thirds ($14 million) of the net value coming in the first two years. Bodden's free agency was handled by agents Alvin Keels and Jason Fletcher II.
NFL draft history
- Jamar Fletcher-CB- Miami Dolphins - 1st Round Selection - 26th Overall
- Jamie Winborn-LB- San Francisco 49ers - 2nd Round Selection - 47th Overall
- Michael Young-LB- Arizona Cardinals - Undrafted Free Agent
- Wendell Bryant-DT - Arizona Cardinals - 1st Round Selection - 12th Overall - His Second Agent
- Brandon Moore-OL - New York Jets - Undrafted Free Agent - His First Agent
- Charles Rogers-WR- Detroit Lions - 1st Round Selection - 2nd Overall - His Second Agent
- Christian Morton-CB - New England Patriots - 7th Round Selection - 233rd Overall
- Adam Jones-CB- Tennessee Titans - 1st Round Selection 6th Overall
- Scott Starks-CB- Jacksonville Jaguars - 3rd Round Selection 87th Overall
- Damien Nash-RB- Tennessee Titans - 5th Round Selection (Deceased) - His First Agent
- CC Brown-S- Houston Texans - 6th Round Selection 188th Overall
- Antonio Cromartie-CB- San Diego Chargers - 1st Round Selection - 19th Overall - His First Agent
- Brian Calhoun-RB- Detroit Lions - 3rd Round Selection - 74th Overall
- Brandon Williams-WR- San Francisco 49ers - 3rd Round Selection - 84th Overall
- Jonathan Orr-WR- Tennessee Titans - 6th Round Selection - 172nd Overall
- Maurice Leggett-CB/FS- Kansas City Chiefs - Undrafted Free Agent
- Brian Schaefering-DL- Cleveland Browns - Undrafted Free Agent
- Herb Donaldson-RB- New Orleans Saints - Undrafted Free Agent
- Rennie Curran-LB- Tennessee Titans - 3rd Round Selection - 97th Overall
A believer in God. Fletcher is also a member of Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity, known to be a strong advocate of working out and staying fit, he uses UFC training as one of his regiments. He never discusses or interacts with other agents. He is also known by many as Fletch, Rainy Days, and J-Bird.
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