The inevitable was made official on Thursday, as Vince Young was released by the Tennessee Titans.
For his five years with Tennessee, the franchise that drafted him out of the University of Texas in 2006, he provided a mixture of excitement and frustration.
There was his rookie season, in which he led the Titans to an 8-5 record as the starting signal-caller and was named that year's AP Offensive Rookie of the Year.
There was 2007, when Young guided Tennessee to the playoffs.
There was 2009, when he came off the bench to engineer five straight wins after the team started 0-6.
However, there was his MIA event in September 2008 and then a pad-throwing incident last season after he wasn't allowed to return to the field following an injury.
Despite having a 30-17 record as the Titans QB, management couldn't deal with his emotional instability and cut him loose. The question now is: which team is willing to take him purely for his on-the-field potential?
Here is a list of six teams that provide the best fits the 28-year-old Young, with the Eagles topping the list as we approach the 6 p.m. ET start to the official free agent signing period. Should things not work out with Philly these other teams could end up with the ex-Titan.