An American football quarterback most famous for his tenure as the QB for the University of Texas, Vince Young is a threat both with his arm and his legs. He was drafted by the Tennessee Titans and became the team's starting quarterback within his first season.
Vince Young, Michael Sam will work out at NFL's first veteran combine
Michael Sam's Twitter account is still @MichaelSamNFL. He hasn't been employed by the NFL since late October.Vince Young among players invited to NFL veterans combine
Vince Young is among the players invited to the NFL veterans combine on March 22.As NFL free agency, draft approach, a dire shortage of QBs becomes painfully clear
Those QB-needy teams that don't draft Jameis Winston or Marcus Mariota could be out of luck when it comes to finding a promising new starter this offseason.Vince Young scheduled to work out at new veteran combine
Michael Sam?s not going to be the only curiosity at the NFL?s first veteran combine on March 22. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, former first-round quarterback Vince Young will be there taking part as well. Young had allegedly retired, and taken a job at the University of Texas, but he apparently has?The Hero Returns
Vince Young carves out a second career at UT-AustinIs Vince Young taking one more shot at the NFL?
Is Vince Young going to take one more shot at the NFL? The Houston native has registered for the league?s new veteran combine set for March 22 in Arizona. Promote to Mobile 0 read moreRay Rice won?t be attending veteran combine
With the offseason maximum roster size at 90 players per team, a total of 2,880 jobs currently are available. Like Michael Sam and Vince Young, running back Ray Rice hasn?t received an offer for one of them. Unlike Sam and Young, Rice won?t be working out for teams next month. Per a source with knowledge of?Pete Carroll doesn't think he made the worst call of all time
Pete Carroll has an interesting football legacy.Top 10: Ingram, Jones give Alabama best recruiting class of modern era
Top 10: Ingram, Jones give Alabama best recruiting class of modern eraColts agree to extension with backup QB Hasselbeck
Matt Hasselbeck wanted one more shot at a Super Bowl ring. The Colts are giving him a chance. One month after losing in the AFC championship game, the 39-year-old quarterback signed a one-year contract extension with the Colts. Over the past two seasons, Hasselbeck has provided his wisdom and perspective for the much younger Andrew Luck.
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Vince was named The Sporting News's top high school football prospect before entering college.
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