The San Fransisco 49ers have interviewed Dan Reeves for the offensive coordinator job. Dan Reeves used to coach former Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick, who incidentally had his best years at that point. The 49ers have also talked others who were on Reeves' coaching staff at the time.
So, a logical conclusion would be that Vick, once out of jail, could come to San Francisco if Reeves gets the job.
However, it's also logical that he would be shown the door immediately.
Coach Mike Singletary would probably not approve of the acquisition. After seeing what Singletary did to Vernon Davis in the much-hyped incident early in Singletary's interim career, the punishment for Vick could be worse before he even plays a game.
True, Singletary hasn't spoken out against Vick, but he hasn't really had a reason to. The fans would take care of that, San Francisco being a town of animal lovers who would not react well to the dogfighting conviction that has Vick currently incarcerated.
And if the fans accepted him, and Singletary came on board, how would the atmosphere in the locker room be?
It's an interesting thing to think about.