Corey Dillon's ex-wife did not run for 11,241 yards, score 82 career touchdowns, or help the New England Patriots win Super Bowl XXXIX, but she was married to him when all that went down ... so she's getting exactly what she's entitled to under the law.
According to court docs obtained by TMZ Sports, Dillon's divorce from Desiree Antoine was finalized late last month. The two agreed to joint legal custody of their 3 kids and Dillon will fork over $1,421/month in child support. Antoine waived her right to spousal support.
As far as assets go, it's a pretty even split and the couple will sell off a lot of their stuff (their Calabasas home and several cars, including a few classic Chevy Impalas) and split the profits 50/50. Dillon does get to keep his 1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass.