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Express-Times Mar 6, 2014
Vick will become a free agent next week, and the four-time Pro Bowl pick has made it clear he'll look for an opportunity to be a starter.
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New York Post Mar 6, 2014
There was a time, before Bad Newz Kennels, before the 19-month incarceration in federal prison in Leavenworth, Kan., before he began to try to rehabilitate his image, when the thought...
Cincy Jungle Mar 4, 2014
The Bengals aren't going to pursue Mike Vick, but the Bills, the other team that was interested in signing him in 2009 may do so. When the start of free agency begins, several teams in need of depth at quarterback will be interested in Eagles QB Michael Vick. The Bengals won't be one of them, despite having had interest in signing him in 2009. ESPN's Adam Schefter would not be surprised if the Buffalo Bills "made a run" at Vick. He also mentions the New York Jets as a team that could target him, but doesn't list the Bengals. When Vick was a free agent in 2009 after being released from...
Bleeding Green Nation Mar 5, 2014
Should the Eagles keep the door open for a Vick return as a backup? Eagles veteran quarterback Michael Vick's message since the 2013 season ended has remained consistent throughout: he wants to play for a team where he can be the starter. As everyone knows by now, this isn't an opportunity he will have in Philadelphia. So when Vick becomes a free agent next week, it won't be a surprise when he signs with a different team. Everyone's favorite reporter Jason La Canfora confirmed as much on Wednesday night. Mike Vick will not be back with the Eagles in any capacity in 2014. They are moving...
Big Cat Country Mar 6, 2014
Michael Vick or Josh McCown could be targeted by the Jaguars if Chad Henne doesn't re-sign with the team, according to a report from Ian Rapoport. The Jaguars have made no secret that they want to bring back quarterback Chad Henne and it's likely that he'll receive a new contract from the team before free agency begins on Tuesday, March 11; however, if they are unable to reach an agreement, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network says the team could target Michael Vick or Josh McCown instead. Henne, 28, started 13 games for the Jaguars in 2013, racking up 13 touchdowns and 14 interceptions after...
philly.com 21 hours ago
Two people familiar with the situation say Michael Vick and the Eagles haven't ruled out the quarterback returning to Philadelphia.
Florida Times-Union 14 hours ago
Let’s count the reasons why a relationship between quarterback Michael Vick and the Jaguars makes no sense: 1. The Jaguars still expect to sign back-up quarterback Chad Henne before the negotiating period opens Saturday. That means they wouldn’t need Vick. (If Henne does depart, the Jaguars could stick their toe into the Old QB Waters, but not for Vick or Josh McCown, another topical name out there). 2. The Jaguars in the first 14 months with Dave Caldwell running the team have been totally against signing free agents over 30 years old. read more
Minneapolis Star-Tribune Mar 6, 2014
Vikings running back Adrian Peterson thinks unrestricted free agent Michael Vick would instantly make the Vikings a playoff team.
Rotoworld Mar 6, 2014
A source tells Profootballtalk that free agent Michael Vick could become a serious option for the Vikings if they fail to re-sign Matt Cassel.