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Ex-Steeler Will Allen Plagued By Mistaken Identity

Tom Bogert, CBS Local Sports

There’s been a Will Allen in the news with ignominious headlines passively for the past year or so. Former New York Giant/Miami Dolphin Will D. 284 more words

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Case of mistaken identity creates huge problems for former Steeler Will Allen

Hopefully, someone got fired for this. Former Pittsburgh Steelers safety Will Allen was the victim of a horrible case of mistaken identity by ESPN recently. For a former NFL player who spends a great deal of his time now doing great work via his Charity the Will Allen Foundation. 197 more words

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Sports Law Roundup - 11/25/2016

I used to write the sports technology roundup at TechGraphs, an internet website that died, and now I am writing the sports law roundup at ALDLAND, an internet website. 262 more words

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Former NFL player guilty in multi-million dollar scheme

Former NFL cornerback Will Allen and his business partner, Susan Daub, pleaded guilty in Boston to running a multi-million dollar Ponzi scheme.

Related: Ex-NFL CB Will Allen charged with fraud for allegedly running Ponzi scheme… 94 more words

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Former NFL player guilty in multi-million dollar scheme

Former NFL cornerback Will Allen and his business partner, Susan Daub, pleaded guilty in Boston to running a multi-million dollar Ponzi scheme.

Related: Ex-NFL CB Will Allen charged with fraud for allegedly running Ponzi scheme… 94 more words

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Ex-Dolphins CB Will Allen Pleads Guilty In Ponzi Scheme Worth Millions

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BOSTON (CBSMiami/AP) — For some people, being a professional athlete making millions of dollars just isn’t enough.

A former NFL player and his business partner have pleaded guilty in Boston to running a multimillion-dollar Ponzi scheme involving fraudulent loans to professional athletes. 147 more words

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Former Miami Dolphin Will Allen pleads guilty to running Ponzi scheme

Will Allen, a former cornerback for the New York Giants and Miami Dolphins, has pleaded guilty to four federal felonies in connection with a Ponzi scheme he ran. 203 more words

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