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    Vince Young Issued Class C Assault Citation

    NFL QB Vince Young Issued Class C Assault Citation - cbs11tv.com


    ]By J.D. Miles, Matt Goodman & Arezow Doost
    DALLAS (CBS 11 / TXA 21) ―
    The Dallas Police Department issued Tennessee Titans quarterback Vince Young a Class C assault citation for his role in a Sunday morning altercation at a Dallas strip club that left one person injured.

    Officials said they reviewed a tape of the incident and interviewed witnesses before issuing the citation, which is punishable by a fine of up to $500.

    The altercation allegedly broke out after words were exchanged at Club Onyx on 10557 Wire Way near Interstate 35E in Northeast Dallas. The first call to police came at about 3:38 a.m. and reported "two black males fighting in the parking lot."

    Club security made a second call to police at 4:06 a.m., and an ambulance was called at about 5:30 a.m. Police believe Young left the scene before officers arrived, a DPD official said.

    In a statement released Sunday afternoon, a spokesman with the Tennessee Titans acknowledged the situation and said they were in contact with Young, who is entering his fifth season with the organization.

    "We are aware of the report about Vince Young," spokesman Robbie Bohren said. "The organization has been in touch with Vince and we will continue to gather addition information."

    The Houston native was drafted by the Tennessee Titans with the third overall pick in the NFL Draft in 2006. He is known for leading his alma mater, the University of Texas, to a national championship in 2006. He threw for 467 yards in that win against the University of Southern California.

    He remains the starting quarterback for the Nashville-based Tennessee Titans.

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    Some young lady has a Twitter account and folks are tweeting about the particulars. Supposedly, Vince Young got into a disagreement with the club manager. The manager says that Vince hit him first and he then beat Vince's ass.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Raider Ran View Post
    Can you say Conduct Suspension?
    Can you say...Kerry Collins starting QB week one?

    Raiders could get stationary target

    Ordinarily, a first-time offender in the eyes of the NFL gets the benefit of the doubt.

    However, it’s conceivable Tennessee quarterback Vince Young could ride Ben Roethlisberger’s coat tails and be slapped with a one-game suspension _ meaning he’d miss the season opener against the Raiders.

    Young was 8-2 as a starter after replacing Kerry Collins for the Titans last season, reviving a career that appeared dead in the water because of personal issues and poor play. An alleged assault caught on film at a strip club at 3:30 a.m. may be enough for Commissioner Roger Goodell to follow up the six-game Roethlisberger hammer and put Young out of action.

    Collins is a more dangerous medium range and deep thrower than Young but much easier to prepare for considering the Raiders will have an entirely new corps of linebackers. They can play run or pass, and not be concerned with a quarterback which can get them out of position with his feet.

    Add to that the status of running back Chris Johnson, the 2,000-yard running back who could sit out much of training camp in a contract dispute, and the Raiders timing appears good.
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