By Eric Schmidt

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 are in need of a quarterback and if former Eagles head coach Andy Reid decides he wants to draft and groom a signal caller for the future, he is going to need to add a quarterback. Matt Cassel and Brady Quinn have not proven to be the answer.




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