Three former NFL players have filed suit against Greenberg Traurig and one of its West Palm Beach shareholders, claiming the law firm failed to warn them against investing in an Alabama casino that turned out to be a scam. A fourth player filed suit against the financial advisers in the casino deal.

The athletes, Terrell Owens, Clinton Portis, Roscoe Parrish and Duane Starks, all filed separate suits alleging they fell victim to the alleged scheme and lost millions of dollars.

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