An old saying suggests, “life comes at you fast.” And that’s a sentiment that proved to be true for former NFL player Vince Young. Young was a college quarterback standout for the University of Texas Longhorns. He would lead the team to a national championship win over the University of Southern California Trojans in the Rose Bowl in 2006. His collegiate performance on the field led to his drafting as the No. 3 pick to the Tennessee Titans later that year. According to Spotrac, Young’s initial contract with the Titans earned him $25 million. Throughout his career, he would go on to be signed by the Philadelphia Eagles, Buffalo Bills, and Green Bay Packers. During his overall time on the field, he averaged 8,964 passing yards and threw 46 touchdowns. However, it was his time with the Titans that launched him into NFL superstardom. According to Bleacher Report, Young became the first-ever rookie quarterback to rush for over 500 yards, leading the Titans to a record of an 8-8 finish...
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Derrick Henry has crossed off a feat shared by few in the NFL with his latest investment. On April 26, the Tennessee Titans player was announced by Nashville SC ownership group’s principal owner John Ingram as one of the Major League Soccer club’s newest minority owners, according to ESPN.
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