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Polarizing former Titans and Eagles quarterback Vince Young has now apologized to his old coach, Jeff Fisher, and is looking to get back in the NFL. In the video above, RotoExperts Pat Mayo (@ThePME) & Mike Cardano (@MikeCardano) take on the topic… while totally disagreeing on the prospects for Young to make a return to the league.
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.
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.
Vince Young is apparently broke. How? Well, it probably didn’t help that he’d buy 75 Patrón shots at Dave & Buster’s or drop six grand at T.G.I. Friday’s. But what do we know?
The producers on the Today Show ran some footage of Jerrod Johnson this morning. The only problem? They were talking to Mike Vick.
When we woke up this morning, we assume everyone else experienced the same giddy excitement when they heard about the Drake-Chris Brown bar fight that occurred last night. And it got us thinking: what are some of the best bar fights from the sports world through the years?
We’re not sure how it came about, but Vince Young (the real one) is in a Funny or Die sketch. That sketch is about… towels. And it’s really weird. But: not bad! See it after the jump.