NFLPA investigating agents on allegations of bribing officials with vacation properties, per report

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The NFL Players Association has launched an investigation into agent David Kantor for one the wackiest bribery allegations in recent memory. ESPN,

Cantor is alleged to have offered several NFL teams the use of vacation belonging to him and his wife if they drafted one of their clients, which according to one source is tantamount to a “form of bribery”. .

cantor is president of football at the agency GSE Worldwide and counts Dallas Cowboys pass-rusher DeMarcus Lawrence, Miami Dolphins cornerback Xavien Howard, Los Angeles Chargers cornerback Asante Samuel Jr. and Carolina Panthers wide receiver Laviska Chenault among his clients. GSE Worldwide also negotiates marketing deals for the likes of Ahmaud Gardner, Jaylen Waddle and Amon-Ra St. Brown, according to its website.

The agency reportedly represented 21 players in this year's draft class, including Green Bay Packers second-round picks Jaden Reed and Mr. Irrelevant DesJuan Johnson, who could suddenly be very relevant.

David Cantor may face significant discipline. (Photo by David Ullit/Getty Images)

Kanter's attorney, Adam Keener, released a statement to ESPN confirming the NFLPA investigation and defending his client's innocence:

“We are aware that the NFLPA is looking into communications between my client and various management personnel of certain NFL teams. Mr. Cantor was not involved in any wrongdoing and is cooperating fully with the NFLPA. We expect Let's hope the situation will be resolved soon.”

According to ESPN, Kanter has a prior disciplinary record of several recent incidents with the NFLPA that are expected to be considered by the union's Agent Relations and Disciplinary Committee.

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