Wednesday, September 10, 2008
Reading the coverage: Young talked about giving up football
Posted by ESPN.com's Paul Kuharsky
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- Phillip B. Wilson's blog includes detailed observations from a second watching of the loss to the Bears.
- Colts.com's weekly chat with Tony Dungy includes thoughts on former Indy assistant Leslie Frazier, who's now Minnesota's defensive coordinator.
- On Monday, Vince Young told those close to him he didn't want to play football anymore and his mom says he's "hurting inside and out," reports Jim Wyatt. Young's crazy day included a talk with a psychologist.
- David Climer says "we have a real problem in the works here -- something that might be fixable or something that might not." He's on target.
- "Vince Young is either a spoiled brat, a troubled young man or some combination of the two," writes Richard Justice. Wow, you know things are bad when you find something critical of Young from Texas.
- Wyatt blogs that Young could be out longer than the knee injury takes to heal.
- Cortland Finnegan is worthy of a mention after being named AFC Defensive Player of the Week after two interceptions and seven tackles in the win over Jacksonville.