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Former football players charged with healthcare fraud
Former players John Eubanks and Etric Pruitt are 2 of the 10 former players named while Correll Buckhalter of Collins and Clinton Portis from Laurel were also mentioned


Ten former NFL players, including Washington Redskins star running back Clinton Portis, have been criminally charged in connection with a brazen $3.9 million nationwide scheme to submit false claims to a health-care program run by the football league

The claims were typically for amounts of between $40,000 and $50,000 apiece.

Other charged defendants include Robert McCune, a former Redskins linebacker and John Eubanks, who had played cornerback for the Washington club.

Charges also were filed against Tamarick Vanover, a former wide receiver with the Kansas City Chiefs and San Diego Chargers, Ceandris Brown, who had played safety with the Houston Texans and New York Giants, former Giants safety James Butler, Frederick Bennett, Etric Pruitt, Correll Buckhalter and Carlos Rogers.

McCune, Eubanks, Vanover, Buckhalter and Rogers are among those accused of being ringleaders.
(This post was last modified: 12-12-2019 02:40 PM by usm99.)
12-12-2019 11:11 AM
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