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"Hey, they win," said Young. "I can't wait this out any longer. I am almost out of money. I saved up, but this has drawn on too long. I need to get paid again."
Young says he hasn't been paid in "almost two weeks," but seemed completely unaware that the lockout has not started yet and can't until March 4th at the earliest when the current collective bargaining agreement expires.
Titans general manager Mike Reinfeldt confirmed that while the team plans to trade or release Young, the quarterback still has been receiving his paycheck via direct deposit into his checking account every two weeks.
"I don't really think this has anything to do with the lockout," said Reinfeldt. "Vince usually comes to me every two weeks and says he needs cash. Unfortunately, he's not the only player who's almost out of money."
Running back Chris Johnson has reportedly been trading his extra jet skis for food, while wide receiver Marc Mariani has been trying to rent himself out around Nashville to catch footballs at birthday parties, car dealerships and charity car washes.
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February 17, 2011 Column
The Game: Issue #3
Ever hear something horrible and/or hilarious at a game? Send your submissions to OverheardSP at gmail. Or submit for future editions about the gym.
I was at a Phillies playoff game sitting in the upper deck. All of a sudden this dude frickin screams "You used to play for Washington!" for no apparent reason and sparks an argument. In the end, we learned no one had played for Washington and the guy was drunk.
My younger brother, Jon, played high school baseball. His junior year the school's stadium got redone and got some real seating and a nice press box with an all-new PA system. My parents made me go to the first home game of the season to support my brother.
Unfortunately, the school had students run the PA and they clearly weren't trained very well on it. My brother was the starting pitcher and after they announced him on the mound, there were some muffled noises over the PA. The kids in the booth had left the button down or something. Then there were more noises like mumbled talking and ruffling papers. And then you can here them talking very clearly: "Do you think it's true that Jon fked Brittany?"
The coach jumped off the bench and ran up to the press box to shut off the PA. My mom didn't seem to hear it, but I'm sure she did it was clear and it was loud and to this day is just trying to convince herself it didn't happen.
They forgot to bend it like Beckham. Or even kick it.
The fan, Ricky Joe Stutman, age 36, has been a regular attendee at Auburn sporting events since the mid-1980s. He is noted for his large, 5-foot-9, 423-pound frame. He also frequently has toilet paper stuck to him when he comes out of the bathroom.
The poisoning of Stutman first became an issue in late January when he called into the Paul Finebaum radio show while also ordering several bacon cheeseburgers in the Wendy's drive-thru line. Concerned Auburn officials later tested Stutman at the campus health center and found that his blood pressure and cholesterol were extremely elevated and that he could "have a heart attack at, like, any moment."