Vince Young is a Philadelphia Eagle

Plus: SEPTA smartcard program gets fancy, NBCUniversal climbs in bed with a Netflix competitor and more of what Philly is talking about today

Vince Young is an Eagle. The birds inked the former Longhorn to a one-year contract to be Michael Vick’s backup. In other news, they’re also looking to sign Jeremy Roenick and Bo Jackson in an effort to hoard the most impossible-to-stop video game players of all time. [ABC News]

SEPTA Smartcard Program Could Work on Your Phone. SEPTA—which has put off adopting the smartcard system for a few years—is now considering a plan that would allow riders to use their smartphones as smartcards. SEPTA—from Flinstones to Jetsons with one program. [CBS 3]

Woman Survives In Woods for 15 Hours After Car Crash. A woman survived a car crash that left her stranded in the woods in Berks County for 15 hours. The woman was found outside of the car with a broken jaw that prevented her from screaming for help. [NBC Philadelphia]

NBCUniversal Reaches Deal with Amazon for Live Streaming. Amazon is compiling a library of movies and television shows to stream to customers in order to directly compete with Netflix. Recently, NBCUniversal—a subsidiary of Comcast—has agreed to provide 2,000 movies in the deal. [Philadelphia Business Journal]

Man Stung by Stingray. A man was stung by a stingray at Island Beach State Park in Jersey. Just a day earlier a group of stingrays was spotted a few hundred feet off shore in Seaside Heights. Insert obligatory Steve Irwin reference here. []

Phillies Lose Game, Series to Lincecum and Giants. It’s the first time the Phils have dropped back-to-back games since the beginning of June. The Buccos come into town today for a weekend series. But—with the trade deadline looming Sunday night—the real show seems to be in the front office, for now. [Phillies]