When your nickname is ‘Tommy Cutlets” it would seem to only make sense that your agent would look like he just walked off the set of “The Sopranos.”
The ESPN cameras caught Giants QB Tommy DeVito on the field before his “Monday Night Football” game against the Packers flanked by his agent Sean Stellato.
DeVito has not been shy about playing up his Italian-American heritage and Stellato, 45, wasn’t either.
The agent donned a black pinstripe suit with a black hat and a gold bracelet on his wrist.
After the Giants’ scored a third-quarter touchdown — keyed by a 26-yard scamper by DeVito, Stellato planted a kiss on the cheek of DeVito’s father, Tom, prompting ESPN’s Joe Buck to declare the agent “may break the internet.”
Stellato is a longtime agent who is also of Italian-American descent, and will be inducted into the National Italian American Sports Hall of Fame this week in Chicago.
According to his SES Sports website, Stellato’s NFL client list includes former Washington and Cowboys running back Alfred Morris, former Giants running back Shaun Draughn, ex-Patriots punter Ryan Allen, former Eagles defensive end Bryan Braman, former Seahawks cornerback Tye Smith and ex-Panthers and 49ers defensive end Ryan Delaire.