While the 32 teams in the NFL are busy clearing up cap space and signing free agents today, former NFL QB Vince Young has found work elsewhere. 

According to reports, the former Tennessee Titans quarterback has signed a deal with the Saskatchewan Roughriders of the Canadian Football League. The terms of the deal were not immediately available.

Young was selected third overall by the Titans in the 2006 draft and spent five lackluster seasons with the team, as well as one brief stint with the Eagles in 2011. He also bounced around with the Browns, Bills and Packers but never got on the field for any of those teams in the regular season. 

According to ProFootballTalk, Young will be competing for a starting job with the Roughriders against one-time NFL practice squad QB, G.J. Kinne, and longtime CFLer Kevin Glenn.