Baltimore Ravens backup QB Robert Griffin III has reportedly been sued by his former agent, Ben Dogra, who claims that RGIII has not paid his 15% share of marketing and endorsement deals.

According to reports, Dogra is suing for more than $650,000.

Per ESPN:

"According to court documents, Dogra says that he invoiced Griffin for nearly $390,000 in 2014 but was paid almost $13,000. Griffin was billed almost $260,000 in 2015 but paid just over $36,000. And in 2016, Dogra invoiced Griffin for almost $59,000 but received no payments, according to court documents."

The lawsuit says that Griffin, who recently reached a two-year contract with the Ravens, fired Dogra in 2018 without paying what he owed. Dogra's lawsuit seeks repayment of the debt, plus interest and damages.

RGIII spent the 2018 season with the Baltimore Ravens following a year away from football. The 29-year old former #2 overall pick will return to Baltimore for the 2019 campaign as a backup behind fellow Heisman trophy winner, Lamar Jackson.