Posted by Michael David Smith on May 11, 2012, 1:01 PM EDT
Vince Young has finally found a new NFL home, signing with the Buffalo Bills today.
Young is signing a one-year, $2 million deal with another $1 million in potential playing time bonuses, ESPN’s Chris Mortensen is reporting.
The news of Young’s arrival was first “reported” by a man who signed a slightly more lucrative free agent contract with the Bills this offseason: Mario Williams, who wrote on Twitter, “Congrats to @VinceYoung glad to have you!”
Last year Young played in six games for the Eagles, starting three, and completed 66 of 114 passes for 866 yards, with four touchdowns, nine interceptions and a career-low passer rating of 60.8. In five previous seasons with the Titans he showed flashes of the great talent that made him the third overall pick in the 2006 NFL draft, but also had performances that raised questions about whether he had either the passing accuracy or the leadership necessary to be a starting NFL quarterback.