Days after Arian Foster offered up 20% of all his future earnings then promptly got injured, now Vernon Davis becomes

Second N.F.L. Player Signs Public Offering Deal

Fantex plans to buy 10 percent of Mr. Davis’s future earnings for $4 million. It hopes to pay for that by selling investors shares in a tracking stock that is linked to his economic performance, which includes the value of playing contracts, corporate endorsements and appearance fees.

Maybe since Vernon is only selling 10% of himself he won’t get injured immediately. There has got to be a magic percent that doesn’t automatically jinx yourself, doesnt there?

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