With the season opener just over a week away, the Titans now may have another issue on their hands, as QB Vince Young had his right hand taped as he left the Titans offices on Friday. As far as why the hand was taped, head coach Jeff Fisher is not sharing any info as to why.
“We’ll have a full injury report for you (next) Friday,” Fisher said. “He’ll be designated as whether he practiced or did not practice. At this point, I would expect he would practice.” What is known about the hand is that it was buised during the teams win over the Packers on Thursday night in Green Bay. He did not return for the first series in the third quarter, which was originally planned.
Young threw a lot against the Packers, going 13-for-27 for 134 yards. He has been working hard to try and improve on last seasons ugly numbers, which saw him throw just 9 TD’s and 17 interceptions. The Titans will be at home opening day to take on the always tough AFC South rival Jacksonville Jaguars.