A handful of players were asked about Michael Vick potentially coming to the Bills in the wake of Tony Dungy’s comments on NBC’s Football Night in America that Buffalo is a “dark horse” destination for Vick for 2010.
“I didn’t hear anything about it,” said Lee Evans when asked if Vick would be a good fit in Buffalo. “I don’t know. Probably not. I love him as a player, and everything that he’s done in the league, but I don’t know if it’ll be something that will work.”
“I was asked this same question this past offseason when he was figuring out where to go and it’s one of those things that’s out of my control,” said Trent Edwards. “We’ve got guys upstairs working those personnel moves and if they feel like that’s going to be the best fit for this team and help us win football games I’m sure they’re going to do that without my opinion on it. So I don’t think it really matters what I think on it.”
“If we had the opportunity to get Michael Vick and it came down to that I believe yes (he would be a fit),” said Donte Whitner. “I believe that he’s a great football player. Right now he’s not in the swing of things with all the time off. But with a full offseason of conditioning and dealing with the right people helping him to get his mechanics back in line I believe he can pick up where he left off. I believe Michael Vick would be a good fit and I would encourage whoever to bring Michael Vick in.”
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