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Kansas City Chiefs
Joe Banner has replaced Mike Holmgren as team president and, according to Yahoo! Sports' Jason Cole, Banner "is, at best, lukewarm on the prospects of 29-year-old rookie starter Brandon Weeden developing into a star quarterback."
Cole adds that Banner is a Michael Vick fan and notes Cleveland could be one of five teams interested in Vick if he and the Eagles part ways this offseason.
If Banner moves on from Weeden, it means the 2013 season will feature the 12th starting quarterback since the team drafted Tim Couch in 1999 (for the morbidly curious: Kelly Holcomb, Jeff Garcia, Trent Dilfer, Charlie Frye, Derek Anderson, Brady Quinn, Jake Delhomme, Seneca Wallace, Colt McCoy and Weeden are the others). Source: CBS Sports Attached Thumbnails
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Michael Vick may end up being a free agent after the season. Would the Buffalo Bills have interest in signing him if he's available?
Jason WhitneyCould Michael Vick be wearing a Buffalo Bills jersey next year? Michael Vick may be heading up north after his inevitable release from the Philadelphia Eagles when the season is over. With Andy Reid basically playing out the string with Nick Foles as his starting quarterback for the rest of the season, Vick’s days are all but over. So where could Vick land next season...
Quarterback Michael Vick’s career with the Philadelphia
Eagles is most likely over, and Jason Cole of Yahoo! Sports offers potential
landing spots for the veteran playmaker, including the Buffalo Bills, Cleveland
Browns, New York Jets and Arizona Cardinals.
While the Bills denied interest in Vick in 2009 when the
quarterback became available, he insists that they were one...
Yahoo Sports’ Jason Cole spoke with three NFL sources this week to help him with compile a reasonable list of potential options for Michael Vick next season, assuming that the Eagles do in fact end up releasing him.
Cole has the Bills are the likeliest team to sign Vick. According to a source close to Vick, the Bills were interested in signing him to a contract back in 2009...
This past week, Jason Cole of Yahoo! Sports wrote an opinion piece on possible landing spots for Michael Vick. Cole’s top landing spot for Vick? Buffalo.
While Cole’s piece was based purely on opinion, is there any reason to believe the Bills would bring in Michael Vick? Let’s take a look and see how realistic this scenario is.
Rewind to last year. Michael Vick took part in...
Yahoo's Jason Cole believes quarterback Michael Vick could end up playing for the Bills next season.Fantasy Spin:Now that the Eagles have decided to go with Nick Foles at quarterback, it seems inevitable that Vick will be cut after the season. Vick was pretty erratic this season (nine interceptions and 10 fumbles in his nine games) but that shouldn't keep him from finding...
It is likely that the Eagles will move on from Michael Vick at quarterback after this year.
Jason Cole of Yahoo Sports reports after speaking to several NFL sources, Buffalo would be Vick's most likely landing spot.
Though the team publicly denied being interested in Vick in 2009, a source close to the quarterback insists the Bills were a suitor, additionally, current Bills...
With Michael Vick‘s tenure coming to an end with the Philadelphia Eagles after he was benched for the remainder of the season in favor of Nick Foles, we can only speculate of where he might go now after this.
For Vick, he still has the capability of being a pretty good starting quarterback in the NFL. One of the main problems he had with the Eagles this season was the offensive...
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“With four games left to play, the Browns are notmathematically eliminated from the playoffs yet!!!
Let me say right off the bat that I DO NOT BELIEVE THAT THE BROWNS WILL...
Jeff McLane reports that both Michael Vick and LeSean McCoy have passed their concussion tests and are medically cleared to return to the practice field.
Vick is not expected to play in this week’s matchup against the Bengals, but he could be back on the field as early as tomorrow. The Eagles have said that they plan on keeping Nick Foles in place as their starter for the rest...
Michael Vick and LeSean McCoy have passed concussion tests and could return to practice with the Eagles as early as Tuesday.
Vick has missed the last four games and McCoy the last three. Rookies Nick Foles and Bryce Brown have filled in at quarterback and running back, respectively.
Both players can now practice without hitting, but must be been cleared by an independent neurologist...
Excuse the opening pun, but if you get it, Kudos to you. There is QB controversy all over the NFL nowadays, the situation with Michael Vick in Philadelphia, on whether Tebow should take over for Mark Sanchez during a disappointing […]
Among the big name QBs it's really just Michael Vick who is still sidelined by injury. Big Ben is back this week against the Chargers to help put another dagger into AJ Smith and Norv Turner.
Even after the failed Dream Team experiment in 2011 there was still hope, but this season has been worse than any Eagles fan could ever imagine. After winning our last four games last season, the Eagles look poised to make the playoffs again in 2012. However, after winning three of their first four games, each by a combined margin of five points, they haven’t won since. Losing...