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

In early February, a former NFL quarterback and UT alumnus named Vince Young was involved in a violent altercation at a bar in Houston. A video that went viral showed Young being knocked unconscious in the chaotic fight that took place at Tokyo Joe’s.

According to TMZ, the incident started with Young sitting at the bar with a group of people who appeared to be arguing. The situation escalated quickly as more people got involved, and one person even threw a drink at him. The group eventually moved to the other side of the bar, drawing more participants and spectators.

During the fight, Young was punched by one of the men involved, causing him to fall to the ground briefly before getting back up. The reason behind the scuffle remains unclear. ABC 13 reported that bar staff members were also involved in the fight and called 911. However, according to the Houston Police Department, no charges were filed for this incident that occurred on February 4th around 10 PM.

Vince Young is known for his football career at UT from 2002 to 2004 and is one of the school’s most renowned former athletes. He then played in the NFL for six seasons and was named runner-up for the 2005 Heisman Trophy.

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