Young is still officially a member of the Tennessee Titans, but he will be released or traded when the lockout ends.
In the mean time, Young has been working out in Houston with Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson.
"It's been that way," Young said. "Adrian and the other guys are here to work. It's a good time out here then we lift together, eat lunch, bond and build chemistry. Keeping that football brotherhood is what it's all about."
A thumb injury that ended his 2010 season has healed, he said.
As for this year, Young said, "When the season comes, wherever I am, I am going in full throttle, head on right and ready to work. I want to lead my team to the playoffs and a championship and that's all that's on my mind, get to those areas right now."
Finley's tweet said, "I just thought to myself that its May & this knee feels brand new already. This what my Pack Fans been waiting 4 huh."
Said Gabbert, "It's great to have it, and I've already gotten into it a lot."
Grubbs told the Carroll County Times he hopes to be able to play in an upcoming charity softball game he organizes.
"I'm still rehabbing my ankle, and I would love to play in the softball game because I had a blast last year," Grubbs said. "Getting my ankle right, that's definitely my top priority. I feel great. I feel a lot better than the last surgery.
"I played in some pain the last two years. It's been rough on me. Over the last two years, I accumulated more bone spurs and that was causing me problems. They got rid of those, hopefully. I give a lot of props to my doctors. They did a great job."
Grubbs has been rehabbing in Pensacola, Fla., and hopes to soon be ioff crutches and into a boot.
He concluded, "Hopefully, I'll be able to get back to 100 percent. I'm getting ready for an awesome season."
"I wouldn't call it a down year, but it's definitely an adjustment period for me," he said. "Philosophy changed, the aggressiveness changed, a lot of things changed. I was playing in the same system for five years. This year in Jacksonville was tough for me.
"You come from Oakland, play a man scheme and never play cover-2 at all. And you get to Jacksonville and there's a lot of multiple coverages, never man. You kind of revert back to what you did. Reaction time is not where you want it to be."
Jaguars linebackers coach Mark Duffner said, "He got better as the year went on. I think he had a very typical orientation. ... He's a great pro. He's got desire, work ethic, attitude, competitiveness. All the traits that you want in a player. He has to get better. That's his goal."
Morrison will be a free agent when the lockout ends, but he is hopeful of being re-signed.
"I definitely want to come back and be a part of this team, and there's a lot more football left in me," he said.
Warren told the Boston Herald earlier this week, "I feel real good about getting that done, and being able to walk up on that stage. I just have one more final (on Wednesday). But that won't be a problem. I'm finished. I'll get my GPA later. It means something to finally have (the degree)."
Said Edwards, "It depends on the discount. I'm not asking for the moon. If it's close, let's do it."
Edwards was also asked if he thought the team would be able to re-sign him, as well as receivers Santonio Holmes and Brad Smith.
Asking a question, Edwards said, "Whose ego will be able to drop their guard to make it work? My ego; I'm not clashing."
Edwards claimed he knows the team wants him back.
"That never was in question," he said. "Now it becomes a matter of how much do you want me back?"