The Buffalo Bills have a quarterback problem according to the national media and it’s one that needs to be solved by signing Michael Vick. Ask the Bills what they think and you’ll hear something along the lines of what ESPN.com writer Mike Rodak reported on Friday — there is no problem that needs outside fixing.
According to what Rodak is hearing, the Bills are not now nor will they be interested in signing a veteran quarterback off the free agent market and this means Michael Vick is no longer an option.
There are four quarterbacks on the Buffalo Bills’ roster. Apparently, that won’t be changing any time soon.
Asked Friday by WGR 550 if the Bills planned on adding a veteran quarterback, general manager Doug Whaley said it’s not something that’s currently on his radar.
This seems to make sense with what we’ve been hearing from the start as despite Michael Vick being shoved down our throats, the Bills are content with growing E.J. Manuel and the crop of quarterbacks they have. Buffalo may reconsider, but it’s likely that they add someone like Brandon Spikes or another wide receiver before thinking about a quarterback.