By Andrew Porter

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Eagles defensive lineman Fletcher Cox is being sued for alienation of affection.

The Charlotte Observer reports North Carolina man Joshua Jeffords says Cox seduced his wife and filed a lawsuit on Nov. 22.

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Jeffords says that he discovered text and Snapchat messages between his wife and Cox. The messages included conversations surrounding the two having children together, as well as explicit photos.

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Cox, 26, signed a six-year contract worth $102 million last year. The star defensive tackle has 5.5 sacks in nine games with the Eagles this season.

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Jeffords, who says Cox met and seduced his wife when she was on a work trip to Pennsylvania in April, is seeking at least $50,000 in damages for “substantial emotional distress.”