Veteran sports agents Cameron Weiss has passed away, Dynamic Sports Group announced on Monday in a statement. He was 38 and had a long battle with cancer.
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 dedication, passion, and unwavering commitment 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.
Weiss was based in Las Vegas, Nev. and represented a number of well-known CFL players in full or in part, including Nathan Rourke, McLeod Bethel-Thompson, Vernon Adams Jr., Markeith Ambles, Steven Dunbar Jr., Nick Usher, Cameron Judge, Jovan Santos-Knox, Loucheiz Purifoy, and Tre Roberson. He was also certified to negotiate contracts for players in the NFL and MLB.
“Rest In Peace to my brother,” wrote Adams Jr. on social media. “More than an agent & was one of the best ones out there. My condolences to all his loved ones.”
“I am deeply saddened and upset with the news of Cam’s passing,” wrote Rourke. “I hurt for Cam’s family, and I hurt for the many who knew Cam and were personally touched by his kindness, energy, and commitment to others. Cam, thank you for your belief in me and my career. You will be missed.”
The native of San Diego, Calif. founded Dynamic Sports Group in 2019 after starting in the business in 2008. He held a law degree from the University of San Diego as well as a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration from the University of Southern California.
“So sorry to learn of the passing of sports agent Cameron Weiss,” wrote Winnipeg Blue Bombers’ assistant general manager Ted Goveia. “Cameron was a good as they come. A fierce competitor, a crafty negotiator and master of his craft. Rest easy.”