Expert Witness

Serving as an expert witness in cases involving high school, collegiate and professional athletes for both plaintiff and defendant.

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Teaching Abroad

Cindrich has spoken at numerous Bar Association functions, law schools, and colleges throughout Italy, Switzerland, and the Netherlands.

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History of Excellence

Learn more about the “History of Excellence”

Former NFL Commissioner Paul Tagliabue. “… It is refreshing for us to deal with a professional who has a good sense of how to get the right thing done.”

The Star Ledger…“If God had an Agent like Ralph Cindrich, maybe we might have gotten a better deal down here…The man is widely regarded as the #1 negotiator in Pro Football, which isn’t easy to be when you’re also known as one of the most ethical.”

 

 

 

 

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Learn About Ralph

Ralph Cindrich rose from economically-challenged Avella, Pennsylvania, to become an All-American football player and wrestler at the University of Pittsburgh, a four-year NFL linebacker, and a nationally recognized sports lawyer and agent.

Cindrich attended the South Texas College of Law while playing football for the Houston Oilers and established a general practice there once his career ended. In Texas, Cindrich took on a wide variety of cases, serving as court-appointed counsel and also working pro-bono on criminal cases.

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Better Blogging

Check out Ralph Cindrich’s personal blog. Read about Ralph’s thoughts on football, sports, business and life in general.

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What His Clients Say About Ralph

Over the years, Ralph Cindrich has worked with dozens of NFL players. Click below to find out what they think about the Super Agent.

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Some Notable Clients

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Indianapolis Colts center Jeff Saturday in attendance during the 2012 NFL Scouting Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium on Feb. 25 in Indianapolis, Ind. (AP Photo/Gary A. Vasquez)
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University of Pittsburgh

As a linebacker for the Panthers football team, Cindrich became a starter during his sophomore year. In the team’s season opener on the road against the UCLA Bruins, Cindrich burst on the scene, with 17 tackles—West Virginia Mountaineers’s Head Coach, Jim Carlens, said of Cindrich “If there’s a better sophomore linebacker in America, I’d like to see him.

In The NFL

The Atlanta Falcons selected Cindrich with their fifth round pick (119th overall) in the 1972 NFL Draft. New England claimed Cindrich off waivers and he was named AP Player of the Week in a game against the eventual World Champion Miami Dolphins.

The Free Agent Champ

During the early 1990s Cindrich’s stable of all-star players would expand to include Pittsburgh Steelers Pro Bowl tight end Eric Green, Washington Redskins Pro Bowl wide receiver Gary Clark, Dallas Cowboys Pro Bowl center Mark Stepnoski. In May 1993, just as the NFL Free Agency boom began, USA Today called Cindrich “the undisputed free agent champ.”

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