Former Indianapolis Colts and St. Louis Rams player Marshall Faulk appears to be having difficult financial times.
TMZ is reporting that the Hall of Famer's Florida apartment is about to foreclosed on by PNC Bank. Faulk took out a loan of $112,300 for the Pompano Beach apartment in September 2011, but hasn't paid a cent of it back according to a lawsuit PNC filed last week in Broward County.
Faulk, who currently works for the NFL Network wouldn't be alone if he is having trouble paying his bills. Sports Illustrated reports that 78% of all former NFL players have either gone bankrupt or are under financial stress because of joblessness or divorce within two years of leaving the league.
Faulk's last year in the league was 2006.