With Houston native and UT legend Vince Young likely out the door after one season as a backup in Philadelphia, he opened up in a long radio interview with Houston's KILT this week:
How he would feel about playing in Houston with the Texans:
"I would love to play at home. That would be a dream come true and anything I can do to help out with the team, I just saw Arian Foster the other day and gave him a lot of respect when I saw him and just a lot of history with some of the guys around town anyway that I know from knowing each other a while and always keeping in contact with each other, come to my foundation and charity events and football camps so that would be great. I just let Tom take care of that and let him do his job. All I can do is just stay ready, keep working out and training in Houston and waiting for that opportunity to come."
The 6'5 240 QB was the popular choice when the Texans had the No. 1 overall pick in 2006, but with Matt Leinart and TJ Yates behind Matt Schaub, Young will have to look elsewhere if he wants another shot at starting.