The writing is on the wall for 2012 to be the final season for quarterback Michael Vick in Philadelphia.
Despite signing a six-year, $100 million deal with the Eagles in the summer of 2011, Vick reportedly could be released when this season comes to a close, especially if the Eagles are on the outside of the playoffs looking in come January.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reported in October that unless the Eagles make the postseason in 2012, this season is likely Vick's last in Philadelphia. The Eagles have lost four straight games and are currently 3-5.
Pro Football Talk later built on that story, reporting that the Eagles have the ability to cut Vick and owe him nothing against the 2013 cap. Three days after the Super Bowl, $3 million of Vick's 2013 salary becomes guaranteed.
The money, performance and record add up to the distinct possibility that Vick will be a free agent come February.
If that reality does come, here's a few teams that should take a chance on landing the quarterback this offseason.