http://www.nashvillecitypaper.com/index.cfm?section=7&screen=news&news_id=50894 Wondering what it might take to get quarterback Vince Young into the fold with the Tennessee Titans? The structuring of the deal and the amount of the signing bonus are yet to be determined, but a package somewhere in the neighborhood of $50 million, with approximately 40 to 50 percent of that amount guaranteed, is probably what it will take to bring the No. 3 overall pick under contract. When NFL rookies are signed, several factors are weighed. The league has generally used a slotting system for contracts, meaning the higher a player was selected, the more money he can generally expect to receive at contract time. Also, contracts from the previous season are looked at as well, with a slight increase usually in the amount of the rookie pool increase factored in. As well, in Youngs case, as a quarterback, he can also generally expect a little bigger payday than players at other positions. When the Houston Texans pulled a draft day surprise by agreeing to terms with defensive end Mario Williams over running back Reggie Bush, that deal helped set the bar for this years draft. Williams agreed to a six-year, $54 million deal. The contract did not include a signing bonus for Williams, but according to reports, contains $26.5 million in guaranteed money over the first two years of the deal. What happens in regards to Bush and his demands from the New Orleans Saints could also play a factor as well, as could the deal with DBrickashaw Ferguson at No. 4 with the New York Jets. But as a quarterback, Youngs agent, Major Adams, says the $49.5 million contract Alex Smith landed as the No. 1 overall pick in San Francisco in 2005 will be part of the equation as well. Im sure all those are the parameters well be looking at, Adams said. Well take into consideration what the first quarterback got last year, and what the first two picks get this year. Itll be a little bit different since theyre not quarterbacks. Young has said he wants to be in training camp by the time it opens July 28, and his Adams echoed that sentiment Monday. I dont anticipate any problems in getting a deal done. Theyve treated us great the whole time, because Vince was the guy they wanted all along, Adams said.