As a wide receiver for the Miami Dolphins, Tony Martin is constantly dodging his opponents. As a debtor in bankruptcy court, that’s just what he is trying to do with creditors, say attorneys representing those Martin is alleged to owe more than $1 million.

Martin, who filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy protection in March, was in court last week asking U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Robert A. Mark to dismiss his case. Martin wants to tackle his debts on his own, says his bankruptcy attorney, Robert Schatzman of Adorno & Zeder in Miami.

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