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Vince Young, former marginal football player/still broke guy has made some poor financial decisions. I guess you’d have to in order to get to where he is today. Well, here’s a new one: Young allegedly took out a high-interest, seven-figure loan during the lockout in 2011 to finance his $300,000 birthday party, while his funds were already running thin.
If You’re A Professional Athlete, You Pretty Much Can’t Have Casual Sex (Or Fall In Love) With Anyone
Casual sex will make your life a living nightmare and no one will ever actually love you for who you are if you play sports for a living. That’s the main takeaway from Broke, last night’s 30 for 30 documentary on the financial pitfalls that professional athletes often face. More, after the jump.
Do you like it when athletes blow through their fat paychecks like it’s their last day on Earth? Do you like ESPN’s 30 For 30 series? Of course you do. Now watch a clip from the brand new 30 For 30 film, Broke, which is directed by Billy Corben and premieres tomorrow at 8 p.m. on ESPN.
The Vince Young Retirement Fund: Help The Man Buy 20 Meals At The Cheesecake Factory, Out Of The Goodness Of Your Heart
Former BCS National Champion/Diet Pepsi NFL rookie of the year/pudgy athletic specimen/T.G.I. Friday’s superfan Vince Young is broke. In unrelated news, he dropped a few grand at chain restaurants on a weekly basis while tossing around the pigskin professionally.
Donate to the Vince Young Retirement fund, with the goal of providing him with enough money for 20 meals at the Cheesecake Factory.