12:23 pm October 1, 2012, by Michael Cunningham
ESPN’s “30 for 30″ series of documentaries returns tomorrow night at 8 p.m. with “Broke,” a look at pro athletes who accumulate great wealth but later meet financial ruin.
Among the subjects is former Falcons wide receiver Andre Rison, who made more than $19 million during his career but declared bankruptcy in 2007 after he failed to pay child support. You can see some excerpts from Rison’s interviews in the film in the trailer for ‘Broke’ at the 30 for 30 Web site.
“Broke” is by Billy Corben. He also directed the “”The U,” the “30 for 30″ documentary about the University of Miami football program.
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