Jets signed QB Michael Vick to a one-year, $5 million contract.
The New York Daily News reports free agent QB Michael Vick will visit the Jets on Friday.
According to ProFootballTalk, there are "indications" free agent Michael Vick could be moving toward a decision.
According to the New York Post, free agent Michael Vick remains the Jets' top choice at quarterback.
According to the NFL Network, talks between the Jets and free agent Michael Vick have hit a "roadblock."
Sources tell ESPN New York that the Jets have "definite interest" in free agent Michael Vick.
SI's Peter King suggests the 49ers as a possible backup plan for free agent QB Michael Vick.
Free agent Michael Vick is unlikely to sign with the Jaguars or Vikings after they re-signed Chad Henne and Matt Cassel, respectively.
The Associated Press reports free agent Michael Vick could still end up re-signing with the Eagles.
A source tells Profootballtalk that free agent Michael Vick could become a serious option for the Vikings if they fail to re-sign Matt Cassel.
NFL.com's Ian Rapoport reports the Jaguars could be interested in free agent Michael Vick.
Adrian Peterson tweeted his desire for the Vikings to sign free agent QB Michael Vick.
ESPN's Adam Schefter would not be surprised if the Bills "made a run" at free agent Michael Vick.
ESPN's Adam Schefter stated on the Ross Tucker Podcast that he "definitely" expects the Jets to be "in play" for free agent Michael Vick when the market opens.