Make 'em say Unnnnnnhhhhh
Bad wheel or not, Master P's No Limit Sports Management has the tools and the talent to get Brodell into the NFL. Their structuring of Ricky Williams' contract in 1999 is still lauded as one of the most brilliant negotiations in modern sports history.* Tevester Scott could sell a ketchup popsicle to a woman in white gloves. Plus I'm fairly sure he used to be in Boyz II Men.
I suggest you visit their visually stimulating and constantly updated website, which lists 6 of their key clients (2 of which are still active, 1 of which is misspelled). If they could keep Isaiah Rider and his never-ending string of arrests in the NBA for 8 years, they can surely figure out a way to get a man with a torn hamstring onto an NFL roster.
The only real problem I foresee is that according to their website:
most of the athletes come from less forunate** and underpriveleged childhoods in the ghetto.
I'm not all that familiar with Ankeny, but I'm not sure it qualifies as a ghetto (at least in the traditional sense of the word.) However, Mr. Brodell is determined and he's not going to let something like that get in the way of his future. He had to try.
Somehow, I was able to get a transcript of the conversation:
Well, fuck it......it was worth a shot. Don't give up, Andy.
*of course, this is the opposite of truth
**one of many misspellings on their website