Our friend Tim McManus over at Philly Sports Daily confirmed yesterday that NO teams were interested in Michael Vick this past off-season. It's not a complete shock to learn that the Eagles wanted to trade Vick as opposed to paying him the $5 million he was owed, however, it is interesting to learn that there were no takers.
And so the Eagles shopped Vick, but could not find a single suitor. According to an NFL source with knowledge of the situation, not one team put in an offer for Vick’s services. Not Buffalo. Not Oakland. No one.
The Eagles were trying to avoid a situation where a proven, veteran quarterback would be nipping at the heels of a youngster who was just handed the keys. Oops.
It's working out just fine so far, but you have to wonder, what if another team came calling for Vick, would the Eagles be 0-3 right now?
Of course, someone will probably want him after this season. The Eagles plans still haven't changed for Kolb. Read more over at Philly Sports Daily.com.