Free Agency: Time For Vick To Fly!

Justin ScalesContributor IFebruary 22, 2010

ATLANTA - DECEMBER 06:  Michael Vick #7 of the Philadelphia Eagles looks on from the sidelines during their 34-7 win over the Atlanta Falcons at Georgia Dome on December 6, 2009 in Atlanta, Georgia.  (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
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Vick has the option to file for Free agency or stay a Eagle. 

If the Eagles trade McNabb and still does not let Vick fight for the starting QB position, there is no reason why Vick should still be an Eagle and will be out the door right behind McNabb.

Vick was just happy to get a second chance, so he had nothing to complain about with his role on a team.  Now that he has been in a full season, not just Vick, but the fans, critics, and the ney sayers want to see if Vick can be a Starting QB again.

Here are a few places I believe he can end up:

Buffalo Bills- If they were to sign T.O. back and Josh Reed, than we can see what a good receiving tandem can do with Vick running the offense.

Washington Redskins- With the lack of a passing threat from Campbell, we finally have a qb that can push the ball down field and Santana Moss wouldn't be a lost reciever.  Remember what Vick did for Alge Crumpler,  Chris Cooley will definitley benifit from Vick at control of Mike Shannahan offense.

Jacksonville Jaguars-You have a running game, you have young receivers, but just need a QB to buy time and stay off his back, Vick would be a perfect fit.

St Louis Rams-  Michael Vick wouldn't have to fight for a starting job it will be given to him on a silver platter.  Besides this probably will take the pressure off of Steven Jackson and also help develop the young receiving corps.

San Francisco 49ers-Why not he always idolized Steve Young, it would be a great fit for a young team and a good coach.  He would add to the young talent that the Niners have in Michael Crabtree, Josh Morgan, Vernon Davis, and Frank Gore.

Philadelphia Eagles-Who would of known, the eagles asked McNabb to tell the media he helped pitch for Vick to come to the eagles, and the whole time Vick was his replacement for 2010.

It will be a football tragedy if Vick is not starting for a team, Vick is not your normal 2 guy.  Vick will be a starter maybe not going into training camp, but definitely coming out.