Vince Young Reportedly Beats out Graham Harrell for Packers’ Backup QB Spot

August 24, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Green Bay Packers have, arguably, the best quarterback in the NFL with field general Aaron Rodgers. Behind the 2011 MVP, however, is uncertainty, with Graham Harrell and Vince Young competing for the backup role.
According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, Young has won the job and Harrell has been released.
Looks as if Vince Young has won Packers backup QB job. Packers are releasing QB Graham Harrell.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) August 24, 2013 A monumental moment for Young's career.
Young was the third overall draft choice of the Tennessee Titans in 2006, fresh off of winning the Heisman Trophy award and the national championship with the Texas Longhorns. In six NFL years, he's played in 60 games and accumulated a record of 31-20 as a starter, per Pro-Football-Reference.com.
In that time, he's picked up 46 passing and 12 rushing touchdowns to 51 interceptions, but has been unable to hold onto a starting job.
Young has played well during the p...

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