An attorney has threatened to have sheriff's deputies "forcibly" remove Buffalo Bills quarterback Vince Young from practice to appear for a deposition and had an emissary attempt to serve Young with papers this month at St. John Fisher College.
Those are a couple of the fascinating revelations Associated Press reporter John Wawrow found in New York Supreme Court documents pertaining to a company's attempts to collect $1.7 million from Young for a loan.
Pro Player Funding claims Young took out a $1.877 million loan last year and stopped making payments. Young, asserts he never dealt with Pro Player Funding and doesn't remember signing for the loan or receiving any money.
Eric Wood, Andy Levitre and the rest of Buffalo's offensive line can't fend off subpoenas or sheriffs if they come after Young on the practice field. So Young has filed a protective order against Pro Player Funding to halt collections and keep it from contacting him at work.
Young is involved in litigation with a former agent and financial adviser, alleging they bilked him of at least $5.5 million. The financial adviser, Ronnie T. Peoples, has admitted he initiated the loan but that Young was aware and signed the documents.