Posted August 25, 2013 on gnb.scout.com
PLAYERS: Vince Young
Vince Young is in and Graham Harrell is out, though that won't change Young's studious approach to his learning the playbook and the progressions in the passing game. Plus, injury updates and more from a busy Sunday.
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