February 3rd, 2012
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New York (CNN) – The years of hard work, months of traveling and long nights reviewing game films all come down to this – the Super Bowl.  If a player can make the big play at the right time it can not only clinch the championship, but change the course of his career.

That is what Eugene Lee is hoping for.  He is the agent representing New England Patriot’s safety Sergio Brown.  The Pats signed Brown as an undrafted free agent in 2010.  It has been an up and down ride for Notre Dame graduate, but Brown has been on a roll lately.  Filling in for an injured player, Brown made a key tackle in the final minutes of the play-off game against Baltimore.  He will be starting in the big game Sunday.

Eugene Lee knows a big performance in the Super Bowl could make all the difference in solidifying Brown’s role as a starter and also helping Lee cement his reputation as a top-tier agent.
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