DeSean Jackson Owes Ex-Agent Drew Rosenhaus $516K In Unpaid Loans, Fees


It seems as though bad news has been following Washington Redskins wide receiver DeSean Jackson lately.

An NFL Players Association arbitrator ruled Wednesday that Jackson owes his former agent, Drew Rosenhaus, $516,415 in unpaid loans and agent fees.

Rand Getlin of Yahoo! Sports reported that Rosenhaus originally sought $777,793 “for loans, interest, credit card charges and insurance premiums.” Black Sports Online reported that Rosenhaus loaned Jackson much of that money in 2011, when the wide receiver was “spending recklessly,” and that Rosenhaus even allowed Jackson to use one of his credit cards.

Getlin provided more details on the matter in a string of tweets.

Though the ruling might put more of a strain on Jackson’s reputation, he shouldn’t have any problem paying his debts. His contract with the Redskins includes $16 million in guaranteed money.

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