As former Oakland Raider Bill Romanowski's movie career took off last month, a chapter in his legal travails was quietly laid to rest. Romanowski, who plays a prison guard in the remake of "The Longest Yard," last week settled a lawsuit with a former teammate whom he knocked unconscious during a practice-squad scuffle two years ago. The teammate, Marcus Williams, will receive $415,000 from Romanowski -- $75,000 more than a jury awarded him in April.
Ex-Football Player Romanowski Settles Suit With Teammate
June 1, 2005
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