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Say Goodbye To Michael Vick To Patriots Thoughts: Kraft Shoots Down Vick Talk

FOXBORO, MA - OCTOBER 20 Robert Kraft, owner of the New England Patriots, walks the field before a game against the Denver Broncos at Gillette Stadium on October 20, 2008 in Foxboro, Massachusetts. The Paytiots won 41-7. (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)
Matt JCorrespondent IOctober 9, 2016

There was a huge uproar about Michael Vick going to the New England Patriots.

It looks like the team he's close to signing with is not New England.

When asked if Vick would be signing with the Patriots, Robert Kraft was said that Vick was not in the plans. 

Kraft told Sirius satellite radio that the Patriots don't need another quarterback to go with Tom Brady, according to an account of the interview in the Boston Herald.

He noted that they have the number one player in the world at the position, and asked why they would want to take him off the field for even one play. 

Obviously, the Patriots feel pretty strongly that Brady is 100 percent healthy and they have no plans to bring Vick in. Coach Belichick still declined to comment on the situation, saying there will be some players that come and go during training camp.

So the question now: where will Vick go? I am thinking either the UFL or the Washington Redskins. Redskins fans would love for Vick to sign with them, and right now it looks like it's them or the Ravens.

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