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Will Vince Young make a comeback in 2013?
It's been a while since we've heard form quarterback Vince Young (he last played for the Philadelphia Eagles in 2011), but it still comes across as a bit of a surprise that no team has offered him a job this offseason.
With the success of read-option quarterbacks in 2012, it seems that some team would be willing to bring in Young, at least as a depth player capable of helping to prepare for the likes of Russell Wilson, Robert Griffin III and Colin Kaepernick.
After all, it was Young who rushed and passed his way to a national championship with the Texas Longhorns following the 2005 season.
Originally a first-round pick of the Tennessee Titans in 2006, Young has started 51 games (with a 31-20 record), but failed to catch on with the Buffalo Bills last year after spending a season with the Philadelphia Eagles.
Typically, youthful quarterbacks (Young turned 30 in May) with a winning record don't go this long without some type of job in the NFL, especially when that quarterback is a former first-round pick (Brady Quinn even found a job this offseason).
Young could very well make an appearance in the league this year, at least as a backup. NFL.com's Chris Wesseling reported that Young had an "impressive" workout with the Oakland Raiders back in April.
However, the fact that Young couldn't land a job with the quarterback-cursed Bills last season and hasn't logged a start in nearly two years—not to mention longstanding questions about his approach to the game—could cause teams to continue to look elsewhere when adding a quarterback.