VInce Young impressed in his workout with Green Bay and is now officially a Packer. Young signed a one-year deal and will compete to backup Aaron Rodgers at QB.
The Packers also are intrigued with Young's mobility and believe he can help prepare them for the opening two games of the regular season, in which Green Bay's defense plays against San Francisco's Colin Kaepernick and Washington's Robert Griffin III.
Fresh off a one-year hiatus, the 2006 NFL offensive player of the year should be rejuvenated. He will step into a good opportunity backing up and learning from one of the best QB's in the game right now. Maybe in a year or so, he will be ready to start again in the NFL.