Former Gator Gerard Warren, Other NFL Players Named In Casino Investigation
Former Union County and Florida Gators star Gerard Warren and at least 25 other NFL players are under investigation for their part in funding a casino in Dothan, Ala. NFL spokesman Greg Aiello confirmed that the league is looking into more than $20 million in investments from Warren, Terrell Owens, and a group of other investors for Coutry Crossing Casino.
The NFL prohibits involvement with any gaming operation.
The casino's owner Ronnie Gilley has already pleaded guilty to offering millions of dollars in bribes to legislators.
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