Bryant McKinnie, left, with teammates Michael Oher and Marshall Yanda. (Mitch Stringer/US Presswire)
It’s been a rough few weeks for Baltimore Ravens’ offensive lineman Bryant McKinnie.
Last month, there was the “Sweet Pea” incident. Last week, he lost his starting left tackle position.
Now, his former agent is trying to get McKinnie to pay a $35,000 judgement.
Drew Rosenhaus, who represents more than 100 NFL players, originally filed suit against McKinnie in February in Miami. The lawsuit sought more than $85,000 “that was unpaid toward a nearly $120,000 settlement agreement that resolved a prior dispute,” according to the Miami Herald.
A default judgment against McKinnie was entered in July in Miami for $35,000, according to court records. On Tuesday, a request for enrollment of a foreign judgment was entered in Baltimore City Circuit Court, meaning Rosenhaus wants the Baltimore court to be able to collect from McKinnie.
Rosenhaus is represented locally by Nat N. Polito, a Washington, D.C. lawyer.