Dallas Cowboys star CeeDee Lamb is being sued by a buying and selling card firm.
Based on a lawsuit that was obtained by Mike Fisher of Cowboys Country, buying and selling card firm Leaf Buying and selling Playing cards is suing Lamb for an alleged breach of contract. The agency claims the large receiver didn’t honor a written settlement to autograph playing cards, which led to orders being left unfulfilled.
Leaf CEO Brian Grey issued an announcement on Twitter after the lawsuit was filed.
Lamb seems to have signed a number of the playing cards, however Leaf claims he didn’t fulfill his obligations. The corporate is searching for damages and lawyer charges.
Lamb is in his third 12 months with the Cowboys. He’s anticipated to be their clear No. 1 large receiver after they traded Amari Cooper to the Cleveland Browns. Lamb had 79 catches for 1,102 yards and 6 touchdowns final season.