Two weeks ago, former NFL quarterback Vince Young filed a petition for bankruptcy. He now wants to un-file it.
According to the Houston Chronicle, Young has asked for his bankruptcy case to be dismissed because Young has settled the litigation that prompted him to file for bankruptcy protection. The lawsuit stemmed from a lockout loan taken out by Young.
“Vince is getting his financial issues resolved and [is] ready to play football again,” attorney Trey Dolezal said via email to the Chronicle.
Of course, the resolution of Young’s financial issues have no bearing on whether he’ll be permitted to continue his football career. He hasn’t appeared on a regular-season roster since the 2011 season, and no team has shown a recent inclination to give him another chance to play.
The third overall pick in the 2006 draft, Young has played for the Titans, Eagles, Bills, and Packers.