Titans quarterback Vince Young fell from No. 1 to No. 2 last season. This year, there were concerns he’d plunge to No. 3.
For now, he hasn’t.
“He’s always been our No. 2 quarterback, and he’ll remain that,” coach Jeff Fisher said Sunday, per Terry McCormick of the Nashville City Paper. “He’s done a nice job most of the time on the field, and most of the time on Sundays or in the games and on the practice field. The stuff that we asked him to do in the ballgame, I thought he did a good job with.”
That said, Young’s performances in the preseason have been mixed, throwing three interceptions while primarily playing against second-string defenses.
Fisher also said that Patrick Ramsey, the No. 3 man on the Titan totem pole, won’t be cut.
“Pat’s done some real good things in ballgames and on the practice field as well,” Fisher said. “We’re fortunate we’ve got three real good quarterbacks. I think Pat can play in this league.”
Of course, Fisher might simply be trying to get someone to call up and offer a low-round pick for Ramsey before Fisher cuts the former first-rounder loose.