Vince Young is 31-19 as a starter, but he can't seem to get back into the NFL. Sure, his completion percentage is below 60 percent, and sure, he's thrown a few more interceptions than touchdowns, but for a number of years, the Titans were a winning team with him behind center. The Packers will reportedly work Young out on Monday -- they've got a (rather famous) starter already, but given that QBs can be lost for a season in an instant, having an experienced backup is never a bad idea. Of course, Young has to show that his long layoff hasn't sapped him of his skills as a playmaker.

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