Vince Young: Young was released and is about to become backup quarterback in Philadelphia.
Albert Breer of the NFL Network informs us via twitter that his team has reached an agreement with former Titan Vince Young. This is almost two years to this date, when the Eagles acquired former No. 1 draft pick Michael Vick.
“Looking forward to working with him,” Vick said of Vince Young, via CSNPhilly.com. “We’ll spend a lot of time getting to know one another. It’s cool – I look forward to having him in here, look forward to making him a better player.”
Vince Young might certainly become familiar with a point or two through Vick: Vick offers figured out how to be a trusted passer along with having other-worldly operating ability, and Vick has become a college student of the sport as well as group leader rather than a guy who believes his organic skill means he or she doesn’t need to work hard.
Vince Young, 2006 through 1st game of 2008 before injury and losing job to Collins: 57.3% completions, 6.41 yards per attempt, 22 TD to 32 INT, 6.4% sack rate
Vince Young, since regaining job in 2009 until incident last year following thumb injury: 59.0% completions, 7.55 yards per attempt, 20 TD to 10 INT, 5.0% sack rate
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|Ht / Wt:||6’5′ / 232|
|Age / DOB:||(28) / 5/18/1983|
|7/29/2011:||Signed a one-year contract.|
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Wishing good luck to Vince Young in his new position.