Vince Young has had an up-and-down career on the field, and a rocky one off it. The latest quirky story involving Young, now with the Bills, is related to a loan of more than a million dollars that a company says he owes back to them. NFL.com has the details straight from the AP:
Vince Young filed a request seeking a protective court order to stop a company from collecting nearly $1.7 million on a loan the Buffalo Bills quarterback said he has no knowledge of ever taking out. In papers filed in New York State Supreme Court in Manhattan on Monday, Young said he never dealt with the loan company, Pro Player Funding. He added, he has no recollection of agreeing to or signing documents to take out a $1.877 million loan in May 2011. And Young said in an affidavit that he is unaware of who took out the loan in his name and that, to his knowledge, he never received any money from the loan. In filing the motion, the quarterback’s attorneys are asking the court to stop Pro Player from attempting to collect money and also bar the company from approaching the quarterback as they say happened during training camp.