Former Texas Longhorn quarterback Vince Young has agreed to a one-year, $2 million contract with the Buffalo Bills.
The former Eagles and Titans signal caller agreed to a $2 million deal with an additional $1 million in playing time incentives, according to ESPN.com.
The former third overall pick out of Texas has had an up-and-down career since being selected third overall by the Tennessee Titans where he spent the first five years of his career, but eventually lost his starting job after falling out of favor with then-Titans head coach Jeff Fisher.
Young spent last season with the Philadelphia Eagles. Young wasn't re-signed by the Eagles after completing his one-year contract. He played in 6 games (starting in three of those games) for Philadelphia last season, throwing for 866 yards and four touchdowns with nine interceptions
Young will compete for the backup quarterback spot with Tyler Thigpen behind starter Ryan Fitzpatrick.
Young has thrown for 8,964 yards and 46 touchdowns and rushed for 1,459 yards and 12 scores during his NFL career.
Information from ESPN.com was used in this post.
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