Former Indianapolis Colts head coach Tony Dungy made headlines Sunday night by saying the Bills were a darkhorse candidate to obtain Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick next season. The news got a mixed reaction in the Bills' locker room on Monday.
Safety Donte Whitner gave an enthusiastic thumbs up to Vick coming to Buffalo. Whitner said there is no doubt in his mind that Vick can get back to the exciting player he used to be with a full offseason of conditioning and good coaching.
"If we had the opportunity to get Michael Vick and it came down to that, I believe yes [the Bills should make the deal],'' Whitner said. "I believe he's a great football player. I believe Michael Vick would be a good fit and I would encourage whoever to bring Michael Vick in.''