Eagles Buzz: Nicole Lynn becomes first black female agent to represent a QB in the Super Bowl
For the fourth time in franchise history, the Eagles are headed to the Super Bowl.
Jalen Hurts and Patrick Mahomes will be the first black quarterbacks to face off in a Super Bowl, and the history doesn’t stop there.
Hurts’ agent, Nicole Lynn of Klutch Sports, will also become the first black female agent to represent a quarterback in a Super Bowl. NFL draft scouts questioned Hurts’ ability as a true NFL passer coming out of the draft, and in just two years, Lynn’s client has proved the doubters wrong.
NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport recently reported that Hurts is expected to receive a “monster” contract extension this offseason, and Lynn won’t be short of ammo in negotiations.
Hurts logged his 15th rushing TD of the season yesterday, breaking Cam Newton’s prior record of 14 set in 2011. He was also named NFC Offensive Player of the Month in September, won multiple Player of the Week awards, and will likely be the runner-up for league MVP.
If Hurts can bring Philadelphia its second Super Bowl title, GM Howie Roseman will have no choice but make him one of the NFL’s highest-paid QBs.
From @NFLGameDay: #Eagles QB Jalen Hurts is eligible for an extension after this season, and there are no doubts he's a massive part of their long-term future. A look at what could be coming… pic.twitter.com/gIxAYkUiex— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) January 29, 2023
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