Originally written on thepigskinreport.com  |  Last updated 11/19/14
There will likely be a decision coming about Michael Vick‘s future in Philadelphia coming in the next few weeks. Vick is due a roster bonus three days after the Super Bowl. If the team is not interested in bringing him back next season under rookie head coach Chip Kelly, he will likely receive an outright release. There has been a lot of speculation as to where he might land, but don’t look for him to join the New York Jets. The Jets have hired former Eagles offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg but reports suggest that he and Vick have a rocky relationship. Vick has stated that he feels that he has a lot of football left in him and wants to join another team next season if he is indeed released by the Eagles. The soon to be 33-year old quarterback struggled this season and suffered what was reported as a “significant” concussion. His injury gave way to rookie Nick Foles finding the field. Perhaps one landing spot that makes the most sense is with the Kansas City Chiefs. The Chiefs...
  • Can't say as I blame him for not wanting to join the jets, in spite of the fact that he's still trying to get out from under serious debt. Rex ryan is a moron and the jets have to be one of the worse run organizations in the NFL. What's it been since Namath helped them hoist the Lombardi...43 years? They're a joke and have the perfect guy in charge of the circus. Watch, someone will give Tebow a shot and figure out a way to win with him just like the Broncos did. But the jests on the other hand will fail miserably again under rex 'The Clown Prince of Coaches' ryan.
  • I would say he would be a good fit for the Jets if the Jets would get rid of Ryan. He is a disgrace to the NFL. Vick is still a great QB, I would love to see him stay and help Philly or go to the Dallas Cowboys and helpo them win it all.

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