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A former professional football player filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcyearlier this month in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Warren Sapp, who has played with the Oakland Raiders and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, claims to be $6.45 million in debt. In his divorce filing, Sapp revealed that he owes $6.45 million, hundreds of thousands of which is for unpaid child support and alimony payments. However, he also lists $6.45 million in assets, including his large collection of Jordan shoes – he is believed to have over 200 pairs of the collectible sneakers. However, Sapp claims to have lost both of his championship rings.

After his retirement from professional football, Sapp went on to become a NFL commentator. He has also appeared on “Dancing with the Stars” and claims to have an annual income of $118,000. Sapp played in the NFL for 13 years, during which time he registered 438 tackles and 96.5 sacks. During his career he was asked to play in seven Pro Bowls. Are you planning to file for Chapter 7 in Texas? If so,contact the Malaise Law Firm to speak with a San Antonio bankruptcy attorney that can be of assistance to you as you address your debt once and for all.