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Old 05-01-2004   #1
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Looks like KWII is the odds-on favorite to be the longest holdout. Does anyone know the list of Poston clients taken in the 2004 draft?

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Hold the line: The early pick for the last first-round selection who will sign a contract is Miami tight end Kellen Winslow Jr., who was selected by the Cleveland Browns sixth overall.

Winslow Jr. is represented by Carl and Kevin Poston, who usually lead the league in holdouts and currently lead in disgruntled high-profile clients (Orlando Pace, Ty Law, LaVar Arrington and Charles Woodson).

Kevin Poston already has fired the first verbal warning shot. He said Winslow Jr. should be paid like the draft's first pick overall because some teams may have had him as the top player on the board and then compared Winslow Jr. to LeBron James.

''He's an unbelievable talent, a star in the making,'' Kevin Poston said. ''The bottom line is the Browns know how good Kellen is and was projected to be, and my job is to make sure he gets his fair market value.''
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