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Vince Young Passes on Two-Year Deal With Montreal Alouettes

by BSO Staff | Posted on Sunday, November 3rd, 2013
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Midway through the 2013 NFL season, former Titans starting quarterback Vince Young, still has not heard from any NFL teams. Despite his current unemployment, Young remains confident that he will make his return to the NFL sooner than later.

According to CBS Sports, the ex-Titan quarterback passed on an offer to play in the CFL for the Montreal Alouettes. The team wanted to sign him to a two year contract while Young was only willing to agree to a contract through the 2013 season. Eventually talks between the two parties broke down and Montreal ended up signing former Ravens backup Troy Smith.

What do you think? Was it smart for Vince Young to not sign a two-year deal? Will he be picked up by an NFL team or did he pass up a great opportunity?

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