Vince Young, Eagles agree on deal
BETHLEHEM, Pa. -- After a busy day at Lehigh University, on Day 1 of training camp, the Philadelphia Eagles closed up shop by formally announcing a one-year deal for Vince Young.
The deal could be worth up to $5.5 million, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
Young, a two-time Pro Bowl quarterback and a former first-round pick of Tennessee, will replace Kevin Kolb as Michael Vick's backup.
A standout at Texas, where he went 30-2 and led the Longhorns to a national ...
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