Sports Agency Founder, Agent Dies at 37

Cameron Weiss
Cameron Weiss | Image by Steyer Lowenthal Boodrookas Alvarez & Smith LLP

NFL and MLB agent Cameron Weiss has died at 37 after a battle with cancer.

Weiss founded Dynamic Sports Group in 2019, a Las Vegas-based sports agency representing players across many sports and leagues, including soccer, the NFL, XFL, MLB, and the Canadian Football League (CFL). The firm released the following statement on his passing.

“It is with the heaviest of hearts that we announce the passing of Cameron Weiss, our dear friend and business partner,” the statement began.

“Cameron was a remarkable individual who touched and impacted the lives of so many. His dedication to his family, friends and clients will always be remembered. He will be greatly missed. Moving forward at Dynamic Sports Group, Cam’s legacy will live on as we continue to serve our family of clients as he would have. Finally, our thoughts, prayers and sincere condolences go out to his family and close friends during this time.”

According to his obituary, Weiss fell in love with baseball and football as a kid growing up in San Diego. He held several different roles in the sports industry before venturing into athlete representation in 2012.

Many around the sports world paid their respects to Weiss through social media.

Los Angeles Chargers running back Austin Ekeler, perhaps his most well-known client, posted a picture on Instagram and wrote, “Only one agent ever reached out to me coming out of college. Since then, you’ve been like a brother to me. You will always live on in my story. Rest in peace to a real one.”

Other athletes and sports personalities who expressed their thoughts on his passing include Miami Dolphins defensive back Elijah Campbell, CFL quarterback Vernon Adams Jr., and East-West Shrine Bowl director of football operations and player personnel Eric Galko. Each person mentioned how much Weiss cared about his clients.

A memorial service was held at 2 p.m. CT on Thursday in San Diego.

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