How To Blow NFL Players… and Not Get Paid Doing It

Looks like he wants to FUCK them all in the ass…
… and not in the good way…

Yahoo Sports did a crazy investigation on Navin Shapiro (pictured above with Kellen Winslow) of Axcess Sports & Entertainment, a University of Miami booster who is now locked up for a $930 Ponzi scheme. He is basically snitching for revenge against the football players and coaches he once helped that turned their back on him when he needed them the most.  The Yahoo article is a long read but here are a few excerpts:

Ultimately, what documents show is a booster who broke NCAA rules while simultaneously making tens of thousands of dollars in annual contributions to Miami’s athletic program. All while incurring massive bills aligning himself socially with a stable of Miami players. A stable that features multiple elite players such as Wilfork, Beason, Andre Johnson, Devin Hester, Kellen Winslow Jr., Antrel Rolle and many more – including at least 12 players currently on the Hurricanes roster.

Yahoo! Sports has detailed Shapiro’s specific allegations involving 73 players (Shapiro claims he gave impermissible benefits to 72), seven coaches and three support staff members who he said either received illicit benefits, witnessed the booster giving them, or played some role in his improper activity

Shapiro said he violated NCAA rules with the knowledge or direct participation of at least six coaches – Clint Hurtt, Jeff Stoutland and Aubrey Hill on the football staff, and Frank Haith, Jake Morton and Jorge Fernandez on the basketball staff. Multiple sources told Yahoo! Sports Shapiro also violated NCAA rules with football assistant Joe Pannunzio, although the booster refused to answer any questions about that relationship. Shapiro also named assistant football equipment manager Sean Allen as someone who engaged in rulebreaking, and equipment managers Ralph Nogueras and Joey Corey as witnesses to some of his impropriety.

Prostitution: Shapiro named 39 Miami players or prospective recruits who he says received prostitution paid for by the booster. Due to the sensitivity of the claims, Yahoo! Sports has chosen not to reveal the names of the players Shapiro claims were involved. However, two players confirmed the booster paid for sexual favors for themselves and others during their careers with the Hurricanes.

Jewelry/clothing/travel/televisions/rims: Various gifts were provided for a variety of reasons – sometimes as tokens to celebrate special occasions, other times as recruiting inducements for Shapiro’s agency, Axcess Sports. The booster said he doled out tens of thousands of dollars in jewelry for players, including watches (Tavares Gooden and Antrel Rolle), diamond-studded dog tags (Sean Taylor) and an engagement ring (Devin Hester). He also spent thousands of dollars on suits and clothing for Hester, Gooden and McGahee at Fashion Clothiers – purchases that were confirmed to Yahoo! Sports by the store’s owner, Shelly Bloom.

Shapiro bought plane tickets for two of McGahee’s female acquaintances to attend the 2002 Heisman Trophy ceremony and flew D.J. Williams’ mother from California to Miami to spend time with her son and meet with Shapiro’s partner at Axcess Sports, Michael Huyghue.

Televisions were purchased for Andrew Williams and Sam Shields, and the booster said he also gave Hester cash to buy rims for his SUV.

 • Abortion: In one instance, Shapiro described taking a player to the Pink Pony strip club and paying for a dancer to engage in sex with the athlete. In the ensuing weeks, Shapiro said the dancer called one of his security providers and informed him that the player had gotten her pregnant during the incident. Shapiro said he gave the dancer $500 to have an abortion performed, without notifying the player of the incident.

“I was doing him a favor,” the booster said. “That idiot might have wanted to keep [the baby].”

Due to the sensitivity of the allegation, Yahoo! Sports has chosen not to name the player allegedly involved.

Names and details of players and coaches:

Source: Baller Alert

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…DADDY DICK ANTREL IS INVOLVED??????
Sigh.
Sounds like a booster scorned.
This would make a good movie.

WHEN A BOOSTER CALLS?

This happens all the time Foxes and Wolves,
but it is pretty much unspoken.
Wonders how big this is about to get….

To read more, go here: YAHOO SPORTS

This is why you need to evaluate who you chill with…
share your secrets with…
do dirt with…
You do not know when your closet door will be forced open,
only to reveal a cemetery with open graves.

…and he could have written a tell all book.
… but as you can see,
he stupid.

BTW
CLICK THOSE LINKS ABOVE OF THE BALLERS FOR IN DEPTH DETAILS.

Author: jamari fox

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13 thoughts on “How To Blow NFL Players… and Not Get Paid Doing It

  1. Excluding the coaches…Shit like this wouldn’t happen if the colleges paid these guys. Did anyone see the documentary on the Fab 5? These players generate millions upon millions for the school, yet are stuck struggling and eating romen noodles like all other students. Do they deserve preferential treatment? YES! The colleges depend on their atheletic programs so why can’t the players depend on them? It’s always gone be some poor brothas who excell at sports caught up in this type of mess…Who would turn it down? Of course this story involves prostitution and all that which makes it extreme,,,,But still….Do they need rims, jewlery, and so on??? YES! They have to live up to the image and notoriety that these colleged help them gain…Just a small salary. That’s all. A small salary. They can’t work, financial aide isn’t enough, it sure wasn’t for me…Just a small salary. They deserve it. Then those who still chose to fool with these shady side deals, boosters and the likes deserve to be punished accordingly,,,,but until these college atheletes get their due respect financially,,,,I can’t blame them….

      1. Well paid in the sense that they get a stipend outside of their full scholarships which is often given to athletes which im sure the schools view as “paying” them. So school and books are paid for but… that meal plan isn’t enough and it doesn’t cover personal things. If you came from a family that didn’t have much expendable income, your needs may not always be met. I agree with Shea, for what some of these athletes do for these schools, they deserve to be compensated.

        1. ^ I guess the schools feel they will be drafted so their payment will come back from their hardwork and dedication to their craft.

          I knew a few athletes back in school and they were always flashy.
          so I can just imagine how they got their money.
          many of of them never went on to play in the NFL/NBA also.

      2. That’s the problem Jamari. Majority of them won’t make it to the pros. Even though they received pro level exposure at their college, eventhough they busted their ass for 4 years under strict restrictions. The college in Utah that doesn’t allow the players to have sex??? Hello they are making crazy sacrafices, sometimes put on merchandise and not receiving a dime,,,well a legal dime for it. 00mg mentioned the 4.0 students not getting paid but lets be forreal here…Are people donating money, having buildings named after them because they contribute money due to scholastic achievement or do they do it because the school is number 1 in said sport…Sports is what it’s all about…Like it or not…

    1. That’s not a valid reason to pay an athlete.
      I do think student athletes should receive a stipend for the money they generate for the school, however all students who attend an institution contribute to the overall image of the school. Whether it be the scores they generate, the internships they procure, or the investment big companies make based on the interns they receive from said college/university.

      I think to believe shit like this wouldn’t happen if they received a stipend is kind of ridiculous.
      It would happen.
      A lot of athletes have a sense of entitlement.
      They believe because they are on television and because they are featured in magazines, that they deserve some perk that goes along with it.
      If anything, it would just get worse.

  2. The bottom line is their students they shouldent expect to be payed. I mean do the scholarship students get payed for keeping their 4.0 gpas? But this is going to be fun to watch especially with all those NFL wolves. See this kinda thing dosent happen in HBCUs and d2 schools lol

    1. ^ he should have wrote a nice little tell all…

      he feels burned now those same people do not have his back.
      but he was boosting kids who saw flashing lights so what did he expect?
      they were not going to have his back.

      when a booster is scorned…

  3. If you don’t pay them, then allow them to have a job and get income; tha’s what it’s all about. When I had an academic scholarship, I didn’t get paid as well — BUT I could work if I needed to and not worry that my scholarship would be stripped for a NCAA violation. That’s my issue. And then a lot of this wouldn’t happen…not to mention that the VAST majority of NCAA athletes never go pro and these kids are being milked

  4. Do right and you will do no wrong.

    Remember folks, EVERYTHING, I repeat, EVERYTHING, will catch up to you eventually 😉

  5. What Shea said. I went to a Division 1 School and those athletes were cash poor. I fed many of them. It’s sad, really.

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