The on again, off again situation with running back Peyton Hillis and agent Jimmy Sexton appears to be on again.
Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com reports that Hillis is about to bring back Sexton as his agent.
Following his breakout 2010 season, Hillis replaced Sexton with Kelli Masters, who was subsequently replaced with Kennard McGuire. Hillis did not receive the contract extension he was seeking from the Browns and recently parted ways with McGuire.
Since then, Sexton has joined powerhouse agency CAA Football, who represent nearly 150 players. Joining Hillis’ representation team will be Ben Dogra, who negotiated Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson’s six-year, $85.279 million contract extension last September.
CAA also represents running backs Joseph Addai, Jonathan Stewart, LaDainian Tomlinson and, through Sexton, Darren Sproles and DeAngelo Williams.
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