Ex-NFL Quarterback Vince Young implicated in altercation at Houston bar

In early February, a viral video surfaced of former NFL quarterback and UT alumnus Vince Young involved in a chaotic altercation at a bar in Houston. The incident took place at Tokyo Joe’s in Houston, where Young was seen arguing with a group of people. The situation quickly escalated as more people approached him, getting in his face and throwing drinks.

The video shows Young attempting to de-escalate the situation, but one of the men involved punched him, causing him to fall briefly before getting back up. Despite the intervention of bar staff members who were also involved in the fight, no charges were filed. According to ABC 13, the bar manager opted not to press charges.

Young is known for his football career at UT from 2002 to 2004 and is one of the school’s most celebrated former athletes. After playing six seasons in the NFL, he finished as the runner-up for the 2005 Heisman Trophy. Despite his success on the field, this incident has raised questions about his behavior outside of sports.

By Riley Johnson

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