Vince Young stated in a recent Fox Sports interview he's still interested in becoming a Saskatchewan Roughrider.
The infamous former NFL quarterback who hadn't played in several years, saw his chances of making the team cut short with a torn hamstring before the preseason, which allowed the team to cut the 34 year old in a non-controversial, non-confrontational fashion.
Young was not catching on to the quarterbacking quirks of Canadian football, even Marquise Williams who was brought in as an 11th hour addition to training camp not only passed, sprinted past Williams on the depth chart faster than Ben Johnson on steriods.
Coach and GM Chris Jones said the door is open if Williams wants to come back, but it's time to end the Vince-anity side-show.
If Young wants to keep his brand alive and feed fodder for his book, try the always story-line hungry WWE
The closing of CFL practices controversy has raised its head again with head coaching admissions of Calgary's Dave Dickenson and Chris Jones of the Riders that at least one workout for each team will be off-limits to the public to properly prepare for Saturday's McMahon Stadium showdown.
Dickenson's fear of "Green-spies" trying to steal Stampeder secrets is more than just hyperbolic football intrigue, it happens.
Jones himself said a blocking scheme being used against Hamilton was spotted within seconds because someone in the Tiger Cat locker room knew what to look for and spread the message around.
This is a results based business and every team will take every opportunity available to emerge victorious.
So, if closing a practice to the many Rider Nation fans who make Mosaic Stadium visits to watch workouts is the price to pay for a win, I'm sure they won't mind and maybe go to an art museum for one day.