January 5, 2011

Goodbye, Vince Young

Looks like the Tennessee Titans made the right choice and decided to abandon the Vince Young project. Bravo. After hearing what he did in the locker room, I thought it was unbecoming of somebody who could take a team to the Super Bowl. Good riddens Vince Young.

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Tennessee Titans owner Bud Adams says it's time to let Vince Young go and for the franchise to find its next quarterback.

The Titans released a statement Wednesday night in which Adams said Young won't be on the team's roster next season, but he's still evaluating the coaching staff.

"We have two critical decisions to make, the direction of the coaching staff and the future at the quarterback position. They are separate issues to me and will be dealt with separately," Adams said.

Adams is the owner who wanted Young drafted No. 3 overall out of Texas in 2006 and said on draft day that "VY is my guy." But with his general manager and senior executive vice president traveling to Houston to meet with Adams on Monday, the 88-year-old owner decided Young no longer is the quarterback for his franchise.

They're still looking at the coaching staff, but I would like to say that this year Young was a locker room cancer and so was Randy Moss. That's not the coaches fault.

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