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Once a star for the Jacksonville Jaguars, current Jets backup quarterback Mark Brunell is broke and in a financial crisis. The 19-year veteran has made an estimated $50 million throughout his career but bad investments have left Brunell with nothing, according to Action News Jacksonville. Of the nine businesses in which Brunell invested money, five of them are no longer in business...
Mark Brunell is broke. Now we know why he refuses to leave the NFL. It isn't a competitive fire burning under his ass, it's the creditors nipping at it.
I don't really want to see anyone lose all their money. However, when "all their money" me
ON THURSDAY afternoon at the Jets’ practice field in Florham Park, N.J., reserve quarterback Mark Brunell, wearing his red No. 8 jersey, called plays for the second-team offense and dropped back from under center, completing short throws to his receivers.
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How did Brunell, with 18 NFL seasons under his belt and more than $50 million in earnings, find himself with comically turned inside-out pocket? Pretty much the same way all broke professional athletes lose their money: a series of bad investments, including a failed Whataburger franchise. More »
Jets backup quarterback Mark Brunell made the Pro Bowl three times and earned an estimated $50 million over his career, but bad investments have left the signal caller deep in debt.
At 41 and likely to call it quits at the end of the season, Brunell has dug himself a deep hole and faces six lawsuits and claims of $25 million, according to ActionNewsJax.com. The outlet said Brunell...
From Billy Joe Hobert's heroics filling in for Mark Brunell through Steve Emtman's dominance and Mario Bailey striking a Heisman pose on trampled Michigan in the Rose Bowl, the '91 Huskies have no equal in the 120-season history of UW football.