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Tmz Baltimore on Twitter – I will carry on like expounding on something like this is underneath me, even though you and I both realize that it isn’t, yet as per a report by TMZ, previous Ravens cornerback and “previous NFL boss” Chris McAlister has asserted that he is “Down and out AS A JOKE and living with his folks.” Those are TMZ’s words, not mine.

As indicated by the report, McAlister, 34, is presently in a court fight with his ex, Marlene, over kid support cash. TMZ announced that in true court reports, the previous Pro Bowl cornerback asserted, “I have been jobless beginning around 2009. I have no pay.” McAlister added: “I live in my folks’ home. My folks furnish me with my essential everyday costs as I don’t have the assets to do as such.”

McAlister was the Ravens’ first-round pick in the 1999 draft. He began for the Ravens in their 2000 Super Bowl season, was welcome to three Pro Bowls, and was two times named an All-Pro. He marked a seven-year, $55 million agreement expansion in 2004. His last season in Baltimore was 2008, which was uncoincidentally John Harbaugh’s first as Ravens lead trainer. He had a concise stretch with the Saints before resigning in 2009.

Who knows whether McAlister’s cases are valid – – I’m speculating nobody on the Ravens will discuss it on the record – – yet given McAlister’s standing for celebrating hard, I wouldn’t be too amazed on the off chance that he was without a doubt “broke as a joke.”

Be that as it may, I question he’s cruising all over in a Kia and requesting cheap food off the dollar menu. Simply a hunch.

Update: My partner Edward Lee found Haloti Ngata at the group’s training office in Owings Mills for a remark on McAlister. “I saw him on Saturday at the [team] lodging, and he looked great. I had no clue,” he said, adding, “I think Chris is in that circumstance of attempting to help a lot of folks. It’s extreme. You’ve quite recently got to ensure that you deal with yourself and you most certainly feel compassion toward him since you realize what he’s experienced. Ideally, he can emerge from it.”

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