- Associated Press - Monday, April 25, 2011

NASHVILLE, TENN. (AP) - Vince Young isn’t gone from the Tennessee roster just yet, not that the Titans want him back. So quarterback is at the top of their shopping list this NFL draft.

The Titans still intend to try and trade Young once a labor deal is reached or release him before the 10th day of the new league year _ whenever that is _ to avoid paying him a $4.25 million roster bonus. So nothing has changed when it comes to Young since Jeff Fisher left after 16 full seasons as head coach.

That leaves the Titans, who have the eighth overall pick, looking for a new quarterback for the first time since 2006. Not that they’re giving any hint yet who they want or which round they will fill that need.

General manager Mike Reinfeldt says that’ll become evident when they make their picks.

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