FOR RELEASE: August 9, 2011
 
Beekman Scheduled To Sign A One-Year Contract With The Indianapolis Colts.
 

The Robinson Law Group and Agent Calvin Robinson are happy to announce that NFL client Joshua Beekman is scheduled to sign a one-year contract with the Indianapolis Colts tomorrow morning.

Beekman, a star at Amsterdam High School and Boston College, was drafted by the Chicago Bears in the 4th round of the 2007 NFL draft before being released last season. Beekman who last played with the Florida Tuskers of the UFL has been training at Boston College preparing for the 2011 season.

When asked about this opportunity Beekman stated "It feels good to get a call and have a chance to play football, I thank God for the opportunity. I’ve been staying in shape and trying to work out as much as possible to stay prepared.”

 


   
FOR RELEASE: NOVEMBER 12, 2010
 
JARROD HOLT SIGNS WITH HOMETOWN TAMPA BAY STORM OF THE AFL
 

After receiving numerous offers and interest from around the league former Duke University offensive lineman Jarrod Holt chose to stay close to home and sign with the Tampa Bay Storm. Born and raised in Clearwater, Florida Jarrod attended Clearwater High School where he was both a scholar and all-star athlete before choosing to attend the prestigious Duke University. At Duke, Holt was a regular fixture on the offensive line during his four years playing both guard and tackle. “This will be a great opportunity for Holt” stated his agent Calvin Robinson, “with his size, work ethic and athletic ability I wouldn’t be surprised to see him in an NFL camp by the summer.” The Tampa Bay Storm will play their games at the St. Pete Times Forum and will open their season at home on March 26, 2011 against the Cleveland Gladiators.

   


   
New Launch of Chicago Bears Josh Beekman’s Website
August 25, 2010
 

 As we approach the 2010 NFL Season Josh Beekman recently had his website updated. With the help of nationally acclaimed web design team at www.WeRWebs.net Josh has provided new pictures, content and videos in anticipation of the upcoming season. “I try to keep an updated website for my friends, family and fans throughout the season….although I don’t always have the time to return phone calls and emails I just want them to realize that I appreciate all the support for me personally as well as the team!!” For more information on Josh including interview and autograph requests please contact Calvin Robinson Esq. directly at AgentCalvinRobinson@Gmail.com or 1-877-67BEEKMAN.

 

 
   


   
Another Geathers Ready For Jump(y) To The NFL
By Bill Huber
packwriter2002@yahoo.com
Posted Apr 1, 2010
 

Packer Report publisher Bill Huber talked to Central Florida's Jarvis Geathers and his father, former NFL star Jumpy Geathers. Jarvis Geathers tallied 11 sacks as a senior but has been sidelined through the draft process with a quad injury.

The Mannings might be the NFL’s so-called first family, but the Geathers have them outnumbered.

Jumpy Geathers recorded 62 sacks as a defensive end for the New Orleans Saints, Washington Redskins, Atlanta Falcons and Denver Broncos from 1984 through 1996.

Geathers’ brother, Robert, was a third-round draft pick by the Buffalo Bills in 1981, but his career ended before it started because of injury.

 

   


   
NFL Player Josh Beekman Visited McNab Elementary
 

Chicago Bears offensive lineman Josh Beekman, formerly from Amsterdam, spoke to students at McNab Elementary about hardwork and discipline. "Hard work is what it's all about," Josh told the students during Morning Program on Friday. He spoke of the importance of doing homework and how the students are building the blocks of their future now. "What do you want your legacy to be," he asked students. Josh also pointed out to them the abundance of resources available to them in this community: their parents, teachers, role models and even each other. "Be a good example for others to look up to," he said.
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Calvin Robinson joins the Campins Company as a Realtor Associate
 

After beginning a relationship with the Campins Company in 2009, Agent Calvin Robinson is happy to announce he has recently joined their team as a Realtor Associate. “It’s a pleasure to work under Katrina and Ben. You always aspire to work and learn from the best and joining the Campins Company is a great opportunity for my career and an honor.”

   


   
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Monday November 9, 2009
 
Sports Agent Calvin Robinson Now Licensed in North Carolina.
 

Sports Agent Calvin Robinson continues to expand his business as he is now licensed in North Carolina. The Department of the Secretary of State determined that Mr. Robinson fulfilled all requirements necessary for registration as an athlete agent in the State of North Carolina pursuant to the statutes.

The license, which is valid until November 18, 2010, allows Sports Agent Calvin Robinson to recruit players throughout the state. “North Carolina has great college athletics. Whether football, basketball or baseball there is an overabundance of great players in the state. I look forward to working with and mentoring these players in their athletic and post-career endeavors.”

 
   


   

Lovie Won't Rule Out Changes In O-Line

 
Smith, who typically doesn't address personnel decisions on Mondays, said he doesn't see any major changes coming on the offensive line. He didn't rule out an opportunity for Josh Beekman, who started 16 games last season and started at left guard for the majority of training camp before Frank Omiyale was named the starter.
 
'Would it be a major change?'' Smith said. ''That would be a change. I don't know about major. It would be a change. Again, we're evaluating everything like we do each week. No more than that. Josh has done a good job for us.''
 
Smith cast blame on all three phases, but questions inevitably came back to the offense, which ranked 19th in the league entering Monday. The defense kept the Bears in the game and has played well with the exception of one half against the Detroit Lions. Matt Forte was limited to a career-low 23 yards on 15 carries, and the running back again looked like a shadow of the 2008 rookie version.
 
   


   

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                  
Thursday October 1, 2009

 

Chicago Bear’s Josh Beekman to Raise Awareness in the fight against Drunk Driving at NFL Games.

 

Today Chicago Bears Left Guard Josh Beekman announced a project to raise awareness surrounding the ever-increasing problem of drunk driving at and around NFL stadiums. “I’m 100% for tailgating and the NFL experience with family, friends and loved ones. I encourage fans across the United States to enjoy the season and support their favorite team but hope this campaign will help remind fans to designate before they drink.”

 

With pre-game tailgating, festivities and cookouts during the NFL season drunk driving is a common occurrence at stadiums across the United States. It has been widely reported that for the 2009 NFL season the league has recommended that the 32 teams limit tailgating to 3.5 hours before games, and also do a better job of monitoring and enforcing rules against excessive alcohol consumption in stadium parking areas.

 

   


   

Chicago Bears Josh Beekman to Host Spring Break

 

Student CIty is happy to announce that NFL Player and BC Alum Josh Beekman of the Chicago Bears will be hosting Spring Break in Acapulco Mexico. The event titled the "Beekman Beach Bash" will be held during Boston College's Spring Break the week of February 28th, 2009 and will be stationed at La Playa Suites, home of StudentCity.com's Spring Break festivities. "Were excited to work with StudentCity.com, they are the leaders in spring break travel and this opportunity also gives Josh the ability to reconnect with old friends in the off-season" stated Beekman's agent Calvin Robinson. For more information or to book the trip of a lifetime visit www.StudentCity.com

   


   

Class Told to Conquer its Dreams
By: Rodney Minor
The Leader Herald

The Gloversville High school class of 2007 walked onto Husky Field in a full procession under a bright June sky Friday. The students, many dressed colorfully with sunglasses and decorated mortarboards, followed the American flag, the New York State flag, and the Senior class flag onto the field.

They sat in the center field of the baseball diamond, bouncing beach balls throughout the commencement. The graduates were cheered on throughout the night by a large crowd that overflowed from the bleachers and onto the hillside overlooking the field.

 
   


   

Beekman to Host Draft Party in Amsterdam
April 21,2007

Amsterdam Native and NFL hopeful Josh Beekman will be hosting a Draft Party in his hometown of Amsterdam, New York on April 28th, 2007. Beekman an All-American Guard from Boston College will likely be the first every drafted NFL player to come out of Amsterdam, New York. The party will be held at the Crystal Bar located at 72 Lyons Street and admission is $10. The entry fee includes an autograph card, poster, t-shirt and mini football (while supplies last) “I’m extremely proud of Josh, I welcome the community to join us in wishing Josh well in his career in the NFL.” stated Beekman’s agent Calvin Robinson. The event will commence at 12 noon and end at approximately 8p.m.

   


   

Rookie Agent Has High Expectations
Written By: Steve Amedio
Schenectady Gazette May 17, 2007

 

Amsterdam native Josh Beekman sat through 11 hours of the first day of the NFL draft last month with family members, friends and other supporters from the community at a local restaurant, taking up a good portion of a couch set up for him in front of a big-screen TV. Squeezed in next to the 6-foot-1, 320-pound former Boston College offensive lineman for the full 11 hours was his second cousin, Calvin Robinson.

 
 

 
 
Josh Beekman named Jacobs Blocking Trophy Recipient
Dec. 5, 2006
 

GREENSBORO, N.C. - Boston College's Josh Beekman has been awarded the 2006 Jacobs Blocking Trophy, Atlantic Coast Conference Commissioner John Swofford announced today.

The Jacobs Blocking Trophy has been awarded annually since 1953 to the player voted the most outstanding blocker in the ACC by a poll of the league's head coaches and defensive coordinators. The trophy is given in memory of William P. Jacobs, who served as president of Presbyterian College from 1935 to 1945.

 
 

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