http://www.sportingnews.com/nfl/sto...lockout-loan-pro-player-funding-peoples-adams Vince Young tried to make his way back into the NFL this year and almost did with the Green Bay Packers. But in the end, he was left unemployed—a financial bind that made his money troubles worse and has forced him to finally file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. The Houston Chronicle reports that the attorney for the former University of Texas and NFL quarterback filed the petition last week in federal bankruptcy court. Young’s assets were estimated between $500,001 and $1 million, and estimated liabilities fell between $1,001,000 and $10 million. Texas QB Vince Young scores in the BCS championship game against USC. (AP Photo) Young’s financial hardships seemed to really hit during the 2011 NFL lockout. He has been involved in two lawsuits related to a $1.8 million loan he obtained during that period. The loan came from Pro Player Funding, based in New York, and a New York state court granted judgment against Young to the company. Including interest, the amount owed is more than $2.5 million, according to an attorney for the company. Attempts to collect the money have all failed. Young filed a lawsuit against a group that includes his former financial adviser, Ronnie Peoples of Raleigh, N.C., and his former agent, Major Adams II, the Chronicle reports. It’s Young’s contention that they conspired with Pro Player Funding to obtain the loan and that Young never received the money. Documents in that case lists Young with assets of $1.8 million and liabilities of $2.5 million—the money reflected in the Pro Player loan. His assets also included five cars, his home, NFL annuity, retirement funds and jewelry.