Wednesday Nov 13
The Motley Fool
NFL Players Sue BB&T Bank for $53 Million in Investment Losses
The 16 current and former players, including future Hall of Famer Ray Lewis of the Baltimore Ravens, two-time Pro Bowler Clinton Portis, and "The Freak" Jevon Kearse, represent fewer than half of the total number of players who invested in what turned out to be an illegal Alabama casino.
The Baltimore Sun
Ex-Ravens star Ray Lewis suing bank over nearly $4M in alleged investment losses
Retired Ravens middle linebacker Ray Lewis is among a group of 16 current and former NFL players who are suing BB&T Bank for nearly $60 million in alleged investment losses.
Ray Lewis, Frank Gore and 14 Others Reportedly File $60M Lawsuit in Wake of Scam
San Francisco 49ers running back Frank Gore and former Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis are among a group of 16 current and former NFL players suing a bank in Florida for the mishandling of funds that resulted in a loss of nearly $60 million.
Texans sign five players to active roster
Graham, who was already on the practice squad, was placed on the active roster. Tavares Gooden, sixth-year veteran, was a starting linebacker for the Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers.