Originally written on egotastic.com  |  Last updated 12/11/12

Larry Fitzgerald must feel trapped. Here he is one of the best wide receivers of the day and he is trapped on one of the worst teams that the NFL has seen in years. He’s not just on it; the man is under contract through the 2018 season making him an Arizona Cardinal for life...

...So when you are one of the best wide receivers in the game, but you can’t talk Kurt Warner out of retirement to throw you a few for old time sake what do you do? You cry, wish you got out whenAnquan Boldin did, and then you call Vince Young...

3 Comments:
  • I'm glad Vince Young has left Philadephia, I think he cries way too much!
  • Young has had a chance to see what the cold world is like outside of football. It doesn't help that Fisher has denegrated Young since their parting from the Titans, though no one will own up to the bad-mouthing. He had to go back to the training camp and work on his game. He realized that just being Vince Young wasn't enough. So, I too am glad he left Philly - it was the beginning of his wake-up call and, most importantly, he is available. A lot of people thought Vick wouldn't be a viable QB after his prison time. When he was released, he had something to prove and played with a chip on his shoulder. Maybe its Young's turn,and while it won't be easy, if he could help, he'd be a welcome change of pace in Arizona.
  • I am not Vince Young's agent and I'm not related to him....I am simply trying to show that Vince Young is a viable option at quarterback to any team need one................................
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    Say what you want about Vince Young, (he can't do this - He can't do that). But facts don't lie,... His NFL won/loss record right now is 31-19... He has taken his team to the playoffs... He's a 2 time Pro-Bowler... He's the 2006 NFL Rookie of the Year and in 2010 Vince had a quarterback rating of 98.6... It's the undeniable TRUTH....
    The last time I checked, the NFL was all about "WINS and LOSSES"....
    ANY quarterback in the NFL with a 31-19 record would easily be given, not 1, not 2, not 3, not 4, not 5... but as many chances as he wanted to play in the N.F.L...... Come on man!!!!! Is something wrong with this or what?????? Give the man a chance.... He's 29 years old.....
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