• Cowboys LT Tyron Smith ‘emotionally torn apart’ by family members demanding money from him

    Summary of 7 articles · Updated Nov 2, 2012
    Those close to budding Dallas Cowboys star Tyron Smith describe the left tackle as emotionally torn apart over a series of events pitting his family against him over money. Family members have been pressuring Dallas Cowboys offensive lineman Tyron Smith for money, sources told ESPNDallas.com. Dallas Cowboys left tackle Tyron Smith has been through a lot in his season-and-a-half in the National Football League. According to sources, family members have continued to ask Smith for money even after he gave th...
    • Tyron Smith’s lawyer says more than $1 million is missing

      Cowboys tackle Tyron Smith had to call the police in response to the aggressive efforts of his family members to get money from him.  Apparently, they had some success in that regard before Smith put a stop to it. According to Brandon George of the Dall…
    • Cowboys’ Smith missing more than $1 million, lawyer says; mom denies anything taken without OK

      IRVING - A lawyer representing Cowboys offensive tackle Tyron Smith says that the budding NFL star’s family has not only continually demanded money from his client but also has taken a substantial amount from the 21-year-old. Dallas-based attorney Joh
    • Cowboys left tackle Tyron Smith called police for protection from his own family

      Dallas Cowboys left tackle Tyron Smith has been through a lot in his season-and-half in the National Football League. As the No. 9 overall pick in the 2011 NFL Draft and the youngest player in the league last season, Smith overcame the lack of an NFL of…
      Source: yahoo.com
    • Source: Cowboys' Smith in family money battle

      Dallas Cowboys lineman Tyron Smith is being pressured for money by family members, a source told ESPNDallas.com.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Tyron Smith's upsetting family situation

      We've talked a lot on here about the difficulty of assessing players' on-field performance without really understanding what's going on in their non-football lives. An example has come to light with regard to Dallas Cowboys second-year left tackle Tyron…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Tyron Smith called police to help protect him from his siblings

      Cowboys tackle Tyron Smith hit the jackpot when the Cowboys made him a first round pick in the 2011 draft, leading to a lucrative contract and his play has done nothing to suggest that there won’t be even bigger ones in the years to come. According to a

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