According to Sports Business Journal Lynn is now Klutch Sports Group’s President of Football, overseeing a staff of five NFLPA-certified player agents and more than 60 NFL players.
As the first Black woman to represent an NFL quarterback in the 2023 Super Bowl, Lynn has become a household presence in the sports world. She has worked with players including Cleveland Browns DE Myles Garrett, New York Jets DT Quinnen Williams, and Philadelphia Eagles QB Jalen Hurts. She will represent prominent candidates at the 2017 NFL draft, including Alabama OLB Will Anderson and Texas RB Bijan Robinson. The 34-year-old has fast climbed the ladder to leadership, only being with Klutch since 2021; her outlook on what football means has set her apart from others.
“What I like most about my job is the opportunity to mentor young men and teach them life skills; being a mentor, life coach, and big sister wrapped into one; help them make life decisions,” Lynn said.
The announcement didn’t appear to surprise anybody on social media as Lynn received several compliments from friends and coworkers. Others spoke about the significance of this decision for other Black women who are already active in sports or who want to do so. – Steve Sijenyi
Super dope. Happy for her.
— Kevin Parrish Jr (@KevinParrishJr) April 5, 2023
I don’t think there’s another Woman that has impacted the football business like her. Nicole ROCKS!! Earned every bit of it too.
— . (@iamdedd69) April 6, 2023
Congratulations young queen. Women like u r truly my role model & leader. I wish on day very soon 2 be in ur business
— Ace (@Ace94027923) April 5, 2023