Sad news in the world of sports as Cameron Weiss, a prominent NFL and MLB agent, has passed away at the young age of 38. He was not only known for founding his own agency, Dynamic Sports Group, in 2019 but also for his unwavering dedication to his clients and his relentless passion for his work.
Dynamic Sports Group, on Monday, shared a heartfelt statement confirming his passing. According to the NFL Network, Weiss had been battling cἀncer for quite some time, making his passing all the more tragic. The statement read, “It is with the heaviest of hearts that we announce the passing of Cameron Weiss, our dear friend and business partner. Cameron was a remarkable individual who touched and impacted the lives of so many. His decision, passion, and unwavering commitment to his family, friends, and clients will always be remembered. He will be greatly missed.”
The legacy of Cameron Weiss will endure at Dynamic Sports Group, where his commitment to his clients and his love for the game will continue to guide the agency’s work. The statement further expressed condolences, saying, “Finally, our thoughts, prayers, and sincere condolences go out to his family and close friends during this time.”
Weiss’s agency, Dynamic Sports Group, represents a roster of current NFL players, including notable names like Austin Ekeler of the Los Angeles Chargers and Boston Scott of the Philadelphia Eagles. Additionally, the agency represents several professional soccer and baseball players, highlighting Cameron Weiss’s versatile expertise in the sports industry. Notably, they also represented Michael Sam.
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Austin Ekeler, deeply affected by the loss, paid tribute to Weiss on Instagram, saying, “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.”
The sports community joined in mourning Cameron Weiss’s untimely passing on social media. Miami Dolphins cornerback Elijah Campbell shared his condolences, describing Weiss as “a great human being” who left this world too soon. B.C. Lions quarterback Vernon Adams Jr. remembered him not just as an agent but as a true friend, writing, “Rest In Peace to my brother. More than an agent & was one of the best ones out there. My condolences to all his loved ones.”
Eric Galko, the director of football operations and player personnel for the Shrine Bowl, expressed his sadness, saying Weiss’s deἀth was “heartbreaking.” He recalled their friendship, which blossomed in 2019 during his time at the XFL, highlighting how Cameron genuinely cared for his players, whether they were in the NFL or not. Galko shared, “Cameron loved his job, cared deeply about all of his players, and was one of the most enjoyable to talk to about football or anything else. Condolences to his family and friends. I know I’ll be one of many to miss him dearly.”
Cameron Weiss’s impact on the sports world and his deep connections with athletes extend far beyond the field or the pitch. His legacy as a dedicated agent and a genuine friend will be cherished and remembered by many.