Broke: Panthers watch ESPN doc
ESPN's 30 for 30 documentary series returned Tuesday night, and there were plenty of Carolina Panthers watching the show titled "Broke." The hour-and-a-half documentary focused on how athletes both young and old handle, and mishandle, their millions.
- Former NFL coach and cornerback Herm Edwards had a funny line.
- Nearly every athlete said they used part of their first paycheck to buy their mother a house.
- Apparently folks were tweeting at DE Charles Johnson on how to handle his money.
- Linebacker James Anderson with words of wisdom for his fellow players.
- Johnson signed a $76 million contract in 2011.
- Second-year offensive tackle Byron Bell does not dine like Charles Johnson.
- Former NFL star Keith McCants spent his last NFL check ($54,000) on a $50,000 car.
- This about sums it up.