By Josh Dhani

Vince Young had a bright future with the Tennessee Titans after winning the NFL's Rookie of the Year award and earning the cover spot for Madden 2008 following the 2006-07 season.

However, after that, Young's career went on a downward spiral as he ended up being the backup to Kerry Collins in Tennessee, then struggling when filling in for Michael Vick with the Philadelphia Eagles and then not even making the Buffalo Bills roster last season.

Since then, Young has fixed up his character, went back to college and earned a degree at the University of Texas. Now it looks like Young could see himself back on the football field, as the Green Bay Press-Gazette (per NFL.com) reported that Young had a workout with the Packers.

As per Sportige, Young could sign with the Packers and become the backup quarterback for Aaron Rodgers. All in all, the signing actually does make sense.

The Packers current backup QB situation has Graham Harrell and B.J. Coleman behind Rodgers in the depth chart. Now honestly, can you really trust these two guys if Rodgers were to ever get hurt?

Sure, Young wasn't so great either when he threw only four touchdowns and nine picks filling in for Vick in the 2011-12 season, but I don't think any backup QB could have been anything short of decent with that offensive line.

Besides that, Young has reportedly looked impressive when working out at the Texas pro day back before the 2013 NFL Draft in April. Young would fit well with a solid team the Packers have, and has the weapons he needs in case he would ever have to fill in for Rodgers if he were to get hurt.

This also would be a major breakthrough for Young to get his NFL career back on its legs, and he's a guy that definitely deserves that second chance.

What do you think of the idea of the Green Bay Packers signing Vince Young to be their backup quarterback to Aaron Rodgers? Good move or bad move? 


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