Vince Young wants another chance to play in the NFL. In order to get one, he knows that he needs to apologize for some of the things that he's done in the past. So, he started by sending an apology letter to his former Titans coach Jeff Fisher recently to say he's sorry for the way he behaved during his final days in Tennessee.

"I definitely wanted to apologize for the things that I did, letting him know about the frustration, a lot of different things was going on in my life at the time, and want him to know that I really did appreciate him trying to make me become one of those type of leaders on the team, a successful quarterback," he said during an interview with the NFL Network today. "I'm hoping him the best in his career and I hope I get the same opportunity to finish my career [in the way] that I want to finish it in."

Young, who sat out last season after being released by the Bills in the preseason, still has a lot to prove—specifically, on the football field—before another NFL team will give him a chance to play QB1 for them. But, at least this is a step in the right direction.

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[via ESPN]

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