Eagles’ Michael Vick Buffalo Bound in 2010?

Posted: 8th November 2009 by kevin roberts in NFL
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Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick has been used sparsely since his over-hyped return to the NFL, which has prompted speculation about his status with the team next season. Many are wondering where he could end up if the Eagles donÆt pick up his option. Picking up VickÆs option would cost Philadelphia over $4 million, and since heÆs contributed just 31 total yards of offense through seven games, itÆs a safe guess that the Eagles will pass. If that stands as the Eagles' course of action, the 29-year-old Vick will be a free agent. NBC commentator Tony Dungy (and Vick's personal advisor) has suggested that Buffalo could be in the mix as a potential suitor. The Bills are at a crossroads with their own injury-riddled quarterback, Trent Edwards, and are likely going to make a coac ...

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