GREEN BAY, Wis. -- It would seem that Vince Young is the clear-cut option to be the Green Bay Packers' backup quarterback. Just as obvious is that Don Barclay appears to be the Packers' starting right tackle. But, as far as coach Mike McCarthy is concerned, both of those battles are still open.
"We have two quarterbacks here (and) the No. 2 spot hasn't been answered," McCarthy said Sunday.
Earlier in the day, Green Bay officially released Graham Harrell, who was the team's backup behind Aaron Rodgers last season. With Harrell gone, Young's chance to secure the job certainly increased. However, McCarthy wants second-year quarterback B.J. Coleman to compete with Young in the Packers' preseason finale Thursday night against the Kansas City Chiefs before he chooses a winner.
"I really feel like the job is still up in the air right now," Young said in the locker room. "I feel like me and B.J. are still competing. Overall, it's not about us, really. It's about the team and pushing each...