HOUSTON (AP) -- A state district judge has delayed a decision on whether to seize the assets of former NFL and University of Texas quarterback Vince Young to repay a $1.8 million loan.
Judge Sylvia Matthews on Friday also extended into December an order prohibiting Young from expending his assets.
The Houston Chronicle reports Young is allowed to spend up to $25,000 on household expenses, including child support, but the order keeps in effect limits requested by Pro Player Funding.
The company has a judgment against Young in New York over the unpaid loan dating to the 2011 NFL lockout.
Pro Player Funding asked Matthews to appoint a receiver to begin collecting assets from Young. That motion remains unresolved after attorneys agreed to keep in place a restraining order that limits Young's spending.