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Topic - Vince Young
Former NFL and University of Texas quarterback Vince Young is asking for dismissal of his Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition.
Former NFL and University of Texas quarterback Vince Young has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
The Bowl Championship Series produced frustration, anger, resentment — and some indelible memories.
A friend makes vague threats if you refuse to kick $15,000 into the kitty so he and his pals can take a trip to Vegas without you.
After a restless night, hundreds of NFL players nervously checked their cellphones Saturday morning, cringing every time it buzzed.
With each day that goes by, the 2009 national championship game fades a bit more at Texas.
Vince Young says the Green Bay Packers are getting a more mature, stronger person. What kind of quarterback the team is getting in the 30-year-old Young remains to be seen.
Ray Lewis, Brian Urlacher and Ronde Barber grabbed the headlines by retiring, walking away from the game when they almost certainly still could have contributed to NFL teams.
The Montreal Alouettes would welcome Tim Tebow to the CFL _ provided he's willing to compete for a job as a backup quarterback.
Former NFL quarterback Vince Young admitted under oath he probably signed at least some of the documents for a $1.9 million loan he claims he shouldn't have to repay.
Two undefeated teams, three Heisman Trophy finalists, five lead changes and 19 seconds left when the winning touchdown was scored.
The rankings say Notre Dame is No. 1 going into the BCS championship against Alabama. Plenty of folks aren't buying it, starting with the oddsmakers who currently have the Crimson Tide as about a touchdown favorite for the Jan. 7 meeting in Miami between two of college football's proudest programs.
The rankings say Notre Dame is No. 1 going into the BCS championship against Alabama. Plenty of folks aren't buying it, starting with the oddsmakers who have the Crimson Tide as about touchdown favorites for the Jan. 7 meeting in Miami between two of college football's proudest programs.
Adam Vinatieri is still winning games with his foot.
Look at the Philadelphia Eagles: Running back LeSean McCoy and wide receivers DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin are shiny weapons that should make gears click on offense pretty fast.
"I'm still fighting and I haven't quit," Young said. "I really feel like that year off really helped me out a lot. It opened my eyes and a lot of things like that. I'm just happy to have the opportunity to play here. Right now, I'm just taking it day by day, trying to get a grasp of the offense, ask questions, kind of pick Aaron's and the rest of the guys'
"(It's) no challenge. I've been through pretty much everything you can think of," Young said. "I'm just happy, enjoying this and just happy to be here and being here with some special, special guys. My whole thing is to continue to keep working and get myself better and just staying ready _ you never know."