NFL quarterback Vince Young has been sued by the Pro Player Funding for failure to repay a loan he obtained during the lockout.
In fact, the Buffalo Bills quarterback also owes other money, which actually brings the total to $1.8 million.
Young had a “VERY high risk” loan which allowed PPF to come calling for the full amount if Young missed a payment. The loan also, reportedly, had “high interest rates.”
Young allegedly missed a payment, apparently right after his signed with Buffalo this offseason, and the company headed to court to obtain the judgment.
Young, who isn’t exactly raking in endorsement cash, is currently signed on a one-year deal with the Bills worth $1.9 million.
This isn’t Young’s first brush with financial issues this year. He’s suing his former agent and financial advisers for a variety of alleged improprieties with the money he’s earned over the course of his career.