Michael Vick could join Arizona Cardinals, says Adam Schefter

Rich Schultz

ESPN's Adam Schefter indicates that teams like Arizona could easily consider Vick an upgrade at quarterback.

Michael Vick's days with the Philadelphia Eagles may be numbered, and ESPN's Adam Schefter has reportedly suggested that he could find his way to the Arizona Cardinals.

Schefter's comments suggested the possibility more as a hypothetical, saying that the Cardinals come to mind as a team with quarterback problems and for whom Vick might be an upgrade at the position. Arizona has started six men since Kurt Warner's departure from the team, with 2012's conflict between Kevin Kolb and John Skelton just the latest.

Vick is currently sidelined with a concussion, but his 2012 season includes 11 touchdowns and nine interceptions. He's fumbled three times, but he has been sacked 27 times. He posted a career year in 2010 and threw for a career-high 3303 yards in 2011, but as the Eagles' struggles have mounted Vick has taken an increasing share of the blame. He signed a six-year contract with Philadelphia prior to the 2011 season, including $40 million in guaranteed money.

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