Titans asked for police help to find QB Young Print
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Tuesday, 09 September 2008 05:50
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 NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -Vince Young is awaiting an MRI exam on his sprained left knee Tuesday, hours after the Tennessee Titans sought help in finding the quarterback described to police as ``emotionally down.''
Young left his home around 7 Monday night without a phone, prompting the Titans to call Nashville police for help. The Titans were able to get a message to Young through a friend, and the quarterback met with coach Jeff Fisher and police at team headquarters around 11:30 p.m.
Police spokesman Don Aaron said Young drove himself home afterward.
The Titans said Tuesday that people close to Young called the team Monday night, concerned about his state of mind when he left his home. After Young met with Fisher, the team said in a statement that it considered the concerns ``unfounded.''
 

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