How rich is Vince Young?


How rich is Vince Young?

Vince Young Net Worth:
-$1.5 Million

Vince Young Net Worth:

Vince Young Net Worth -$1.5 Million

Vince Young is a professional American football player with an estimated net worth of negative 1.5 million dollars. Vince Paul Young, Jr. was born on May 18, 1983 in Houston, Texas. Raised by his mother and grandmother, along with his dad in prison, Vince became a celebrated football player in Texas’s abundant high school football convention. He played at Madison High School, with a lot of his games air across the state as well as in front of large crowds frequently at professional sports sites.

After redshirting his freshman year, Young alternated time in his second year. In 2004, Young started every game and became a collegiate star. Young led the team to an 11-1 record as well as a top 5 final ranking. It was his next year, nevertheless, that could establish Young as one of greatest college players ever. Young led the Longhorns to an 11-0 record in the standard season and their No. 2 position qualified them to play defending National Champions USC in the Rose Bowl. The Trojans were heavily favorite but a stellar performance by Young, including 467 yards of total offense and 3 rushing touchdown (including one to take the lead with 19 seconds left), gave the Longhorns and upset 41-38 win and a national tournament in 2006.

Young chose to enter the 2006 NFL Draft and was taken with the third overall pick from the Tennessee Titans. His next year was even better as he headed the team to the playoffs. Things began to turn south, nonetheless, in 2008, when young injured his knee and missed most of the season. The next season, Young started as a fill-in with disagreements with Coach Jeff Fisher leading to unhappiness from the quarterback. Despite the fact that he returned to play in 2010, more injuries and altercations eventually led the Titans to release him in 2011. Young was signed as a backup for the Philadelphia Eagles the following season. Even though young was signed by two other teams afterward, each released him before long.

American professional football player Vince Young has an estimated net worth of negative $1.5 million and an annual salary of $8.5 million that he earned as a quarterback in the National Football League (NFL). He grew up in the Hiram Clarke neighborhood where he was raised by his mother and grandma. He attended the Dick Dowling Middle School and Madison High School where he started playing quarterback and was trained by Ray Seals.

Young enrolled at the University of Texas where he played for coach Mack Brown’s Texas Longhorns football from 2002 to 2005. He won the Davey O’Brien Award, as a junior, that’s awarded annually to the top school quarterback in the nation. It had been among the most-anticipated games in the annals of college football. VY was drafted by the Tennessee Titans with the third overall pick in the 2006 NFL Draft. He spent five seasons with all the Titans and he was named the NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year during his rookie season. He also earned a roster spot on the AFC Pro Bowl team. He earned his second Pro Bowl Selection in 2009 and he was named Sporting News NFL Comeback Player of the Year. He played for the Philadelphia Eagles in 2011 and was cut by the Buffalo Bills before the start of the 2012 season.

Because of his powerful on-field operation and his ties to the Houston area, January 10, 2006 was declared “Vince Young Day” in his hometown. He appeared on the cover of Madden NFL 2008 along with television advertisements for Reebok with Allen Iverson, Vizio and Campbell’s Chunky Soup. He also appeared in rapper Mike Jones’ video “My 64”.

Birth date: May 18, 1983
Birth place: Houston, Texas, United States
Height:6 ft 5 in (1.96 m)
Weight:232 lbs (105.23 kg)
Profession: American football player, NFL Player
Education: Dick Dowling Middle School, Madison High School, University of Texas
Nationality: American
Spouse: Candice Johnson (m. 2012)
Children: Jordan Young
Awards: Maxwell Award (2005), Archie Griffin Award (2005), Manning Award (2005), Davey O'Brien Award (2005), Consensus All-American (2005)
Nominations: NFL Draf: 2006 / Round: 1 / Pick: 3; President of the American Football Coaches Association, Pro Bowl (2006 (2006), 2009), NFL Comeback Player of the Year (2009), NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year (2006), BCS national champion (2005)