03 March 2015

RAVENS RUMOR -- Mike Vick As Potential Backup QB?

BALTIMORE -- (MINS) The Ravens could be looking at free agent quarterback Michael Vick. The team needs to bring dependable veteran leadership and a solid backup for Joe Flacco.

Currently on the roster of the New York Jets, Vick becomes a free agent next week on 10 March.

According to ESPN.com:
Vick isn't in the Jets' immediate plans. Where will he land? Remember, he didn't generate much interest last offseason, so there's no guarantee he'll find a team. He mentioned a desire to play for the Washington Redskins (he's from Virginia), but it's hard to imagine them adding Vick to their quarterback circus. His best bet might be the Baltimore Ravens, where former Jets coordinator Marty Mornhinweg -- a Vick ally from their days in Philadelphia -- coaches the quarterbacks. The Ravens don't have an experienced backup under contract. Near the end of last season, Vick said he was capable of playing another two or three years. Good luck.



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