Haynesworth Thinks Vince Young Needs A Ticket Out Of Nashville Posted by Aaron Wilson on June 26, 2009, 7:56 p.m. Washington Redskins defensive tackle Albert Haynesworth didnt mince words when asked if he thought former teammate Vince Young had any chance to regain his starting quarterback job with the Tennessee Titans. During an interview with Adam Schein and Jim Miller of NFL Sirius Radio, Haynesworth prefaced his remarks by stating that Young is a good friend. Then, he made it clear that he thinks his friend needs a change of scenery as soon as possible. Vince is a really good friend of mine, but I just dont see it happening in Nashville, Haynesworth said. I think he has to go elsewhere and start over. Ive been in that organization and when you fall out of the good graces with certain people, youre not going to get back in there. Ranking second on the depth chart behind Kerry Collins and holding a big contract that makes him essentially uncuttable and unable to be traded because of the financial ramifications, Young is unlikely to be going to another team anytime soon. At least not this year. I dont think theyll trade him because of the salary-cap hit, Haynesworth said. I think he can succeed elsewhere. Hes an awesome quarterback. Hes an amazing talent. Does Young possess the mental toughness to succeed in light of his extremely emotional responses to being benched and being injured? I think they really blew it out of proportion, Haynesworth said. Hes a very passionate guy. When things arent going his way, he gets down on himself. All those reports that he refused to go back in the game and everything else, they kind of blew it out. They can make you there or they can break you there. Thats why I think its time for him to go start his career elsewhere and be that Hall of Fame quarterback that he can be. When asked if Young still wants to play for the Titans, Haynesworth said: I would think so. I havent asked him that question. He doesnt want to leave a sour taste in peoples mouths. He wants to make everyone happy. He wants to make the fans happy and probably go elsewhere after his contract is over. Haynesworth declined to elaborate when asked if Young is in Titans coach Jeff Fishers doghouse. Im not saying any names, he said, adding that his relationship with Fisher was just okay. Some good things and bad things. I dont hate the man. When asked why his relationship with Fisher wasnt a better one, Haynesworth replied: I have no clue. Things happen over time and it changed.