Free Agent QB Michael Vick Hopes To Hear From The Cowboys
Free agent quarterback Michael Vick stated he would like to sign with any team and this upcoming season would be his last in the National Football League.
That opportunity may have presented itself when Dallas Cowboys back-up quarterback Kellen Moore went down in training camp with a broken fibula.
On Tuesday, after Moore broke his fibula at training camp, Vick told ESPN’s Josina Anderson that he would be interested in joining the Cowboys.
Shortly after Cowboys backup quarterback Kellen Moore was hurt at practice on Wednesday, Vick told Josina Anderson of ESPN that he’d be interested in hearing from the Cowboys and would be ready to work as Tony Romo’s backup.
Vick told Anderson that he’s in great shape — better shape than he was in last season as a backup with the Steelers — and believes he still has something left.
“I just want to put the helmet on one more time and dedicate myself to football,” Vick said.
After his release from the Los Angeles Rams, QB Nick Foles has also been a topic of discussion to come in for the Cowboys, so Vick definitely has competition.