HOUSTON — Vince Young isn't daunted by recent speculation that the Houston Texans will use the No. 1 pick in the draft on Reggie Bush.

The former Texas quarterback said Friday he still thinks his hometown team is open to drafting him.

"That's why I believe that I came here today," Young said. "You never know what is going on. A lot of people say Reggie is going to be here, but you never know."

Young worked out for Texans officials, toured the facilities and met with coaches and some players Friday. Bush met with the Texans on Thursday.

New coach Gary Kubiak and owner Bob McNair were among more than 100 NFL scouts, coaches and executives who also watched Young work out in Austin last month.

Young said Friday's workout consisted mostly of him throwing to a bevy of different receivers.

Young also has visits to Miami, Minnesota, Cleveland and another visit to Tennessee, the owner of the third pick, in upcoming days.

FAVRE DECISION DUE:Brett Favre has scheduled a news conference for this morning, and a family spokeswoman said he's expected to announce whether he'll return to play for the Green Bay Packers. Becky Stuart, a personal assistant to the Favre family, said the news conference would be held at 6:30 a.m. MDT at Favre's charity golf tournament at the Cottonwoods Golf Course at Grand Casino Resort in Tunica, Miss. "You've got to get up early if you want the scoop," Stuart said.

BILLS' OWNER SKEPTICAL: Bills owner Ralph Wilson is questioning whether the NFL's high-revenue owners have the best interest of the league at heart, stepping up concerns that small-market franchises like his face an uncertain future under the new labor agreement. "I just don't think they're as interested in the game as the old owners, I really don't," Wilson said Friday. Singling out Jerry Jones of the Dallas Cowboys, Daniel Snyder of the Washington Redskins and Robert Kraft of the New England Patriots, Wilson said: "They, to me, and this is just my opinion, don't have the same values about the league as the old guard did."

EX-STEELER DIES:Jim Clack, a guard on two Super Bowl-winning Pittsburgh Steelers teams in the 1970s, died Friday of heart failure. He was 58. Clack had fought neck and throat cancer for about four years before his death at Moses Cone Memorial Hospital in Greensboro, N.C., wife Susan Clack said. Clack, who helped the Steelers win Super Bowls following the 1974 and 1975 seasons, played in 146 NFL games between 1971 and 1981. He played for Pittsburgh for seven seasons before joining the New York Giants in 1978 and playing for four more years.

BENGAL GETS EXTENSION: Guard Bobbie Williams got a three-year contract extension Friday from the Cincinnati Bengals, the first step in securing the core of an offensive line that is under contract only through this year. The Bengals reworked the 2006 and final year on Williams' contract, and extended it through 2009.