Former first-round pick quarterback Vince Young is not calling it quits just yet…
Quarterback Vince Young has been in limbo in the NFL since serving as a backup for the Philadelphia Eagles in the 2011 season.
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He then failed to make the Buffalo Bills, Green Bay Packers and Cleveland Browns rosters in the next two seasons.
Young is now 31 years old, but he has not given up on receiving a second chance in the NFL yet. He will participate in the veteran combine, which will take place for the first time this year in Arizona.
This is designed to give veterans cut by their teams a chance to prove they can still provide value to a team.
The 2006 third overall pick started out with the Tennessee Titans and won Offensive Rookie of the Year honors while leading them to the playoffs in 2007.
However, mental issues and clashing with Jeff Fisher led to a downward spiral and his release from the Titans.
It remains to be seen whether Young can stick on an NFL roster, which will likely be as a backup.
Bleacher Report announced Young’s registration for the combine on Twitter.
— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) February 27, 2015