The agent for Titans quarterback Vince Young, who became the subject of a manhunt in Nashville based on fears that he might harm himself, says that Young was simply watching football on Monday night, and that there was no reason for anyone to fear for his well-being.
ï¿½??This is all being blown way out of proportion,ï¿½?? agent Major Adams told the Nashville City Paper. He just went to watch both of the games last night at a friendï¿½??s house. I had talked to him. He told me where he was and everything.
ï¿½??He said he canï¿½??t believe he canï¿½??t just go and watch a game and people need to know where he is 24 hours a day,ï¿½?? Adams said.
But the folks who blew it out of proportion were either Youngï¿½??s friends or Youngï¿½??s coach. Whatever Fisher said to the cops caused them to commence a search for the player and to put police negotiators on stand-by. As a police officer whom we know told us today, such measures are employed only when authorities believe that the person is a danger to himself or others.
So, basically, someone has some explaining to do to Young, and even if Fisher isnï¿½??t to blame for blowing it all out of proportion, the relationship between the two men surely isnï¿½??t in the same condition it was yesterday at this time.