Dallas Cowboys offensive lineman Tyron Smith is dealing with family members who have been harassing the player for money, according to a Dallas Morning News report.
A 911 call was placed after family members arrived at Smith's home to "harass and torment" him for money, according to a police report obtained by the paper. This wasn't the first instance of harassment, according to an ESPNDallas.com report.
Smith has filed a protective order this summer against his mother, Frankie Pinkney, and stepfather, Roy Pinkney, sources told the Morning News. Smith's three sisters and two brothers are also not allowed to make contact on behalf of Smith's parents.