Thursday, 16 February 2017
Vince Young in talks with CFL's Roughriders
Former Tn Leaders and University of Florida qb Vince Younger could be relaunching his soccer profession northern of the boundary.
Young's broker, Leigh Steinberg, in an upgrade on his formal Tweets consideration, had written that he has started out speaks with the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the Canada Football Group.
A 33-year-old Austin local, former NFL Unpleasant Novice of the Year and a two-time Pro Dish choice, Younger employed Steinberg recently to try to jump-start his profession.
The Montreal Allouettes had possessed the CFL privileges to Vince Younger through 2015, but Saskatchewan grabbed his privileges Jan. 30. Former Longhorns offensive lineman Kennedy Estelle was a beginning offensive lineman for the Roughriders last season.
A former Davey O'Brien Prize champion, Younger won a nationwide title for the Longhorns with a Increased Dish success he designed over USC.
Young last performed in an NFL activity this year when he used four landing goes and had nine interceptions for the Chicago Silver eagles.
Young approved for 8,964 metres, 46 landing goes and 51 interceptions for a 74.4 passer ranking in six NFL periods.
Young performed at Madison High University where he documented 12,987 metres of complete violation. He was known as Celebration Journal National Gamer of the Year as a mature when he completed with 3,819 metres and 59 touchdowns.
The new Springtime Group has formerly indicated attention in Younger.
Young has worked at the University of Florida and with the Longhorn System.