The Seattle Sea Hawks Might Be A Fit For QB Michael Vick
There is no doubt that Michael Vick will want to remain in the league for at least another three-year. In fact, he hopes that he can be a starter for his team in the next coming season. Whether that will come to be is highly unlikely, given the fact that the National Football League is a quarterback driven league. If we to go with the age bracket that many teams use to let go of their quarterbacks, that is the mid 30s, it is highly unlikely that Vick will remain as the teams starter given that he will be turning 35 come end of June.
As much as he is turning 35, Vick is a very important player who has not only proven that he can be a leader and bring out the best in people but also has a good record on his belt. With all the credentials that he has, I would go and suggest that Vick will be perfect for the Seattle Sea Hawks. Why so? Well the Seattle Sea Hawks’ head coach as well as vice president, Pete Carroll went through the team’s official activities which two quarterbacks only, that is Russell Wilson, who was the starter for the team, and R.J. Archer, who was Wilson’s backup.
At the moment the team is currently trying to extend Wilson’s contract during the offseason and in an event that they fail they will have to rely on their backup quarterback Archer who is yet to through a pass in NFL. With that in mind and given the squad of the Sea Hawks, Vick might just be the perfect fit for the team.