I want my quarter back: Bernie Kosar’s assets to be sold off

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Former NFL quarterback and card-carrying member of the “U” Bernie Kosar’s stuff will be soon be available for the taking.

A U.S. Bankruptcy judge Wednesday ordered that Kosar’s bankruptcy case be turned into a liquidation.

That means that his assets will be sold by a court-appointed trustee and the proceeds distributed to his creditors. The 46-year-old listed $9.2 million in assets and $18.9 million is debt in court documents filed in September and he filed for bankruptcy protection in June.

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