Mo Money, Mo Problems: Athletes Who Lost It All

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Chris McAlister

Things got so bad for Chris McAlister, a former cornerback for the Baltimore Ravens, that he sold three Super Bowl rings he had won during his time with the former Los Angeles Raiders, the Oakland Raiders and the New Orleans Saints, and he also was forced to move in with his parents, according to court documents filed in 2011. McAlister, who signed a $55 million deal with the Ravens in 2004, claimed he hadn’t worked since 2009 and couldn’t afford to pay $11,000 a month in child support. 

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