Baltimore Ravens backup quarterback Robert Griffin III is being sued by his former agent for more than $650,000, ESPN reported Tuesday.
Court filings in Missouri last week indicate agent Ben Dogra claims that Griffin has not paid his 15 percent share of marketing and endorsement deals. ESPN reported the amount in question Tuesday.
Last week, Griffin re-signed with the Ravens. Last season, Griffin signed a one-year, $1.1 million contract to be the third quarterback in Baltimore.
He fired Dogra in 2018.
Court documents revealed Dogra’s claim that he invoiced Griffin for $390,000 in 2014 and $260,000 in 2015, but was paid a total of $49,000. In 2016, Dogra invoiced for $59,000 but received no pay.
–Field Level Media