Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean reports that in two separate interviews in his hometown of Houston, Texas, Titans quarterback Vince Young discussed how he’d like to remain with the team that selected him with the third overall pick of the 2006 NFL Draft. “I would love to stay in Nashville. I would love to stay in Tennessee,” Young told Chaney Entertainment.
“If it doesn’t happen, wherever God blesses me to be at I’ll give 100 percent.” The Titans stated their intention to release or trade Young this off-season, a position they have not wavered from after the firing of Jeff Fisher, who Young repeatedly clashed with in recent seasons, and the promotion of longtime offensive line coach Mike Munchak. Young spoke highly of Munchak on Monday. “I’m a big fan of Munchak,” Young said, according to FoxSportsHouston.com. “I always call him Big Hall of Famer in the hallways and things like that. I have a lot of respect for him and he has a lot of respect for me so it’s great. He deserves it…like coach Fisher said, he’s definitely the guy for the job.”