Vince Young

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Packers Cut QB Vince Young

The Green Bay Packers have cut quarterback Vince Young from their roster, leaving B.J. Coleman as the only backup to Aaron Rodgers.

08/31/2013

Vince Young runs against the Seahawks. (Photo by Mike McGinnis/Getty Images)

Baffoe: Vince Young As Packers No. 2 More Important Than It Might Seem

The NFL’s cruel version of the law of averages is more likely than ever to find its way to Aaron Rodgers, particularly with some serious offensive line questions.

CBS Chicago–08/26/2013

Vince Young.  (Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)

Ex-Adviser: Broke Vince Young Needed Loan For $300,000 Party

he former financial adviser for ex-NFL quarterback Vince Young said under oath that he arranged a high-interest, seven-figure loan for Young during the 2011 lockout because the player wanted to throw himself a $300,000 birthday party even though he was running low on funds.

670 The Score–02/13/2013

Alfred Morris. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)

Photo: Redskins Rookie Running Back Still Drives ’91 Mazda Sedan

Maybe Vince Young should take a page out of Redskins rookie Alfred Morris’ book.

670 The Score–09/20/2012

Vince Young.  (Photo by Patrick McDermott/Getty Images)

Vince Young Out Of Football, Out Of Money

Six years after entering the NFL as the third player taken in the draft, Vince Young finds himself without a team and with just a fraction of the money he received from a contract that guaranteed him $26 million.

CBS Chicago–09/19/2012

Caleb Hanie. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images)

Silverman: Angelo Responsible For Backup QB Woes

Caleb Hanie is the man for the Bears, courtesy of Jerry Angelo. When the lockout ended last summer, Angelo made the conscious choice that Hanie could lead the Bears in case Jay Cutler went down with an injury.

CBS Chicago–12/13/2011

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Muller: Eagles Not Quite Miami Heat Of NFL

While Philadelphia fans and the national media are busy crowning the Eagles as champions of the football world, I am going to take the safer “wait and see” approach.

CBS Chicago–08/03/2011