Vince Young was a guest of a Toronto sports radio station to talk about the 1 year deal he signed to backup Ryan Fitzpatrick in Buffalo. Among the things he addressed was whether he had any regrets from last season with the Eagles?
"No, not at all. I felt like I had a good time in Philly. I had a good experience in Philly, from the players, coaching staff and the owner, Jeff Lurie. Especially Andy Reid and Marty (Mornhinweg), man, and hanging out with Mike Vick and Mike Kafka in the quarterback room. We had a great bond. So I learned a lot from the standpoint from studying more film and different schemes and protections that kinda help me out that can help me over here as well. But overall I don't regret it at all. It was definitely tough trying to learn a offense in less than a month and during the whole season, but I put that challenge on myself. And I was in there doing extra work, studying and making sure when my time was to come that I was ready to go."
He was also asked whether there was anything that would surprise people about Michael Vick?
"Very smart. Very knowledgeable, man. Knowledgeable guy. He knows exactly what he wants and he'll give you a lot of information on anything that's going on in your life, especially in the game room. He studies a lot. A lot of people don't know that. They know it now but they didn't know he studies a lot, very smart. He puts in a lot of work. ... He's funny, and this guy takes some hits and gets right back up. So I give him a lot of heart, man. A lot of heart."