religious doctrine, then the very act of defiling what others believe, a strange kind of sadism, a need to humiliate another, could also be at play. According to statements he filed with federal bankruptcy court, Brunell and wife Stacy have assets worth $5.5 million, but liabilities of $24.7 million.”Struggles and tough times like these are character building,” Brunell says in a statement, “and I have learned, and am presently learning, many lessons through this process.”The revered ex Husky is hardly the only wealthy pro athlete to go bust.

Mike Glennon, who threw a grand total of 11 passes while backing up Jameis Winston for two seasons in Tampa, signed a three year contract worth $45 million with Chicago. May be difficult for the NFL to convince the 5th Circuit that this is truly an emergency, said Gabe Feldman, director of the sports law program at Tulane University Law School.