SAINT LOUIS, Missouri ESPN is reporting that Robert Griffin’s former agent is suing the Baylor product for $650,000.
A source told ESPN the Heisman Trophy winner’s ex-agent Ben Dogra claims Griffin has not paid him his 15 percent share of marketing deals.
According to court documents, Dogra says that he invoiced Griffin for nearly $390,000 in 2014 but was paid almost $13,000.
Griffin was billed almost $260,000 in 2015 but paid Dogra just over $36,000.
And in 2016, Dogra sent Griffin a bill for almost $59,000 but received nothing.
The lawsuit says that Griffin fired Dogra in 2018, without paying him what he owed.
The suit is seeking the money, along with interest and damages.
Griffin is 29 and was out of football in 2018, after the No. 2 overall pick in the 2012 draft had a brief stint with the Browns during the 2016 season.
However, he was able to get his career back on track as a backup in Baltimore last season and just resigned with the Ravens for two years at $4.5 million.
Upon entering the NFL with the Redskins, Griffin earned NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year honors before injuries and erratic play led to the end of his tenure in Washington.