Since the reinstatement of Michael Vick to the National Football League earlier this week, the now most popular headline throughout the league is where Vick could land, or which organization will sign the quarterback—who has been out of the NFL for quite a few seasons.
Over the past few days, many teams have said publicly they have no interest in Vick.
Finally, though, a team has been linked to showing interest in Michael Vick: the Baltimore Ravens.
According to reports, head coach John Harbaugh and Ozzie Newsome have discussed the possibility of bringing in Vick to training camp, the preseason, and working out until week six when eligible.
Currently the three quarterbacks on the depth chart are starter Joe Flacco, Troy Smith, and John Beck.
Many scouts did not see Vick as playing for the Ravens, whom they feel will stick strongly to the core of running backs and not be open to the wildcat.
Yet those opinions have to be questioned, and second-year head coach Harbaugh has to come up with some trick plays to trick the opposing defenses.
However, the discussions could possibly heat up by the end of the week.
Matt Miselis is a writer for BleacherReport.com.