Poston unaware of client's visits

How does an agent not know his clients itinerary and teams he's meeting with?  How does that happen?  Is Poston really interested in the player's financial future if he's telling the Cincinnati press his client would be in Cincinnati on Thursday?  It's now being reported that there was no visit and Arrington's agent got "wires crossed" with Arrington.

Just more Poston (the agent) rhetoric.  We should expect that from the super-agent lying to the press in an effort to boost Arrington's worth.

Are these agents worth discussing with or are we better off dealing with players that have agents that are actually reasonable, realistic, and workable? Or am I way off base here?

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