Yet another former professional sports player has sought bankruptcy protection. Warren Sapp, a former defensive tackle for the National Football League, is the most recent ex-player to file for bankruptcy. He joins the likes of Allen Iverson, Dennis Rodman, and Terrell Owens.
Warren Sapp was employed by the NFL for 13 years and played for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Oakland Raiders during that time. He has recently fallen behind on several payments, and filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in a Florida court on March 30. His debts total $6.7 million, which includes a large amount of unpaid child support to the mothers of his four children.
He has announced that his assets are currently at $6.45 million, and his monthly income averages $115,881. He is currently employed by the NFL Network as an analyst, and with his contract ending in August he is not sure if it will be renewed.
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