Former Ravens Player Says He’s Broke and Can’t Afford to Pay Child Support

Former Baltimore Ravens player Chris McAlister filed a motion to reduce his $11,000 per month child support obligation to his ex-wife because he can’t afford to pay it.

The cornerback was drafted by the Ravens in 1999 and signed a seven-year, $55 million contract after his rookie season. McAlister played five years on the contract before he was released and played briefly for the New Orleans Saints before retiring.

McAlister represented in his court papers that he has no income and is currently living with his parents, who are paying for his basic living expenses.

Source: NBC Sports, “Chris McAlister broke, living with parents, can’t pay child support,” Michael David Smith, September 15, 2011

One thought on “Former Ravens Player Says He’s Broke and Can’t Afford to Pay Child Support

  1. I feel bad for the kid. His mom is a gold digger, and his father isn’t smart enough to make $35,000,000 last a lifetime. I don’t understand the mentality.

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