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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Vince Young
The Browns have released veteran quarterback Vince Young a few days after drafting Johnny Manziel.
Young's release follows the club's selection of Johnny Manziel, Texas A&M's dynamic and polarizing quarterback in the first round of the NFL draft.
The 30-year-old Young made two Pro Bowls during his five seasons with Tennessee, which drafted him with the No. 3 overall pick in 2006.
The Browns have signed free agent quarterback Vince Young, who hasn't played in an NFL regular-season game since 2011.
Vince Young doesn't take anything for granted. Not after the road he's been down.
Browns quarterback Brian Hoyer is participating in the team's voluntary minicamp as he recovers from offseason right knee surgery.
As they contemplate choosing a quarterback early in the upcoming draft, the Browns will take a look at a former first-round pick.
Former NFL and University of Texas quarterback Vince Young is asking for dismissal of his Chapter 11 bankruptcy petition.
Former NFL and University of Texas quarterback Vince Young has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
The Bowl Championship Series produced frustration, anger, resentment — and some indelible memories.
Vince Young says the Green Bay Packers are getting a more mature, stronger person. What kind of quarterback the team is getting in the 30-year-old Young remains to be seen.
Ray Lewis, Brian Urlacher and Ronde Barber grabbed the headlines by retiring, walking away from the game when they almost certainly still could have contributed to NFL teams.
Former NFL quarterback Vince Young admitted under oath he probably signed at least some of the documents for a $1.9 million loan he claims he shouldn't have to repay.
HBO's Emmy-winning newsmagazine, "Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel," returned Tuesday night to open its 18th season. The lead story was a feature on Magic Johnson, the NBA great-turned-businessman whose net worth is estimated at $750 million. His famous smile was bigger and brighter than ever in the piece.
Six years after entering the NFL as the third player taken in the draft, Vince Young finds himself without a team and with just a fraction of the money he received from a contract that guaranteed him $26 million.
"There's no popping the champagne bottle," he said.
"Right now I have my head down, just wanting to work and show the team, the organization what type of guy I am," Young said. "That was my whole focus and how much hard work I put in."