Breaking News: Green Bay Packers Interested in Michael Vick

Shawn DhaniCorrespondent IAugust 9, 2009

ATLANTA - DECEMBER 24:   Quarterback Michael Vick #7 of the Atlanta Falcons looks at the scoreboard against the Carolina Panthers December 24, 2006 at The Georgia Dome  in Atlanta,Georgia  (Photo by Marc Serota/Getty Images)

According to ESPN.com, the Green Bay Packers had an interview with former Atlanta Falcons superstar quarterback Michael Vick.

During the interview the Packers had with Vick on Saturday, the team looked like it was actually interested in this player, who has more than 10,000 career passing yards and more than 5,000 career rushing yards.

"Packers interest in (Michael) Vick appears to be strongest of any NFL team so far. Shocking how little Packers think of third-string QB Brian Brohm."

The third-string quarterback, who you all know is Brian Brohm, thinks the Packers will dominate on offense if they were to get a speedy player that has as much talent that Vick possesses.

But it seems like Vick may not start due to the fact that Aaron Rodgers holds the starting spot.

Vick may have shots in “Wildcat” plays and probably some shots at quarterback.

He'll be fine if he were in a green and yellow uniform with a cheese head.

The Packers could be a surprise team to watch this year if they were to sign Vick.

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