A federal bankruptcy filing this week showed Portis owes nearly $5 million to creditors, including $500,000 to his own mother, according to court records obtained by USA TODAY Sports.
Portis, 34, also lists debts of $500,000 to "Entertainment Tonight" correspondent and former sideline reporter Nischelle Turner, $412,000 in "domestic support obligations" to four different women and $175,000 in car loans.
A mortgage company ($1,023,020) is Portis' biggest creditor and the debt is listed as a "mortgage deficiency."
Portis also owes the IRS $390,000, an amount he is disputing. The MGM Grand Hotel and Casino has won a judgment of $287,178 against Portis, according to the court records.
Portis rushed for more than 1,200 yards in five of his nine NFL seasons. He finished with 9,923 rushing yards and 80 total touchdowns. Portis' last NFL game was with the Redskins in November 2010.
A status hearing in Portis' bankruptcy case is scheduled for Feb. 4 at the U.S. Courthouse in Gainesville, Fla.