Vince Young is still a free agent, meaning he's having a harder time finding a job than Drew Stanton, David Garrard and Dan Orlovsky. When asked whom he'd like to play for, he mentioned the Texans, and says the fact that they had the no. 1 overall pick in 2006 was a big part of the reason he entered the draft early.
Jim Wyatt rounds-up a collection of mock draft results for the Titans from around the Internets:
- Mel Kiper, ESPN: David DeCastro, Stanford guard
- Todd McShay, ESPN: David DeCastro, Stanford guard
- Pete Prisco, CBS Sports: Mark Barron, Alabama safety
- Pat Kirwan, CBS Sports: Whitney Mercilus, Illinois defensive end
- Rob Rang, NFL DraftScout: Fletcher Cox, Mississippi State defensive tackle
- Dane Brugler, CBS Sports: Dre Kirkpatrick, Alabama cornerback
- Clark Judge, CBS Sports: Whitney Mercilus, Illinois defensive end
- Steve Wyche, NFL Network: Peter Konz, Wisconsin center
- Albert Breer, NFL Network: Fletcher Cox, Mississippi State defensive tackle
- Charley Casserly, NFL Network: Michael Brockers, LSU defensive tackle
- Chat Reuter, NFL Network: Nick Perry, USC defensive end
- WalterFootball.com: Michael Brockers, LSU defensive tackle
- Matt Vensel, Baltimore Sun: Janoris Jenkins, NorthAlabama cornerback
Former Steelers CB William Gay still has the Titans on his radar as he decides which team to sign with for next season. Honestly, I was shocked to see that Gay is only 27 and just 5 seasons into his career, because it seems like he's been in the league for a decade.
Don Banks takes a long look at how the Commish came down on the Saints. While my initial reaction was shock, it makes sense the more we learn about how key members in the Saints franchise ignored orders to stop it, and weren't completely honest with the NFL investigators during the process.
Gotta love a good PR stunt.
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