Quarterback Jim Kelly of the Buffalo Bills sued his former agents for $58 million for allegedly mishandling his business affairs.
The suit also names a Pittsburgh financial adviser and the quarterback's former bosses with the Houston Gamblers of the defunct United States Football League.
The suit seeks $30 million in damages, $28 million in punitive damages and $200,000 in attorney's fees from Gregory Lustig, Kenneth Weinberger and A.J. Faigin, Kelly's agents from 1983 to 1988.
Thomas Huzella, a financial adviser with Shearson Lehman Hutton in Pittsburgh, was also named, as were Jerry Argovitz, Alvin Lubetkin, Jay Roulier, Bernard Lerner and Fred Gerson, former owners of the Gamblers, as well as Gene Burroughs, former Gambler general manager.