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    Re: New Mexico remains in desert.

    wow sounds just like his brother
    I don t buy Wisconsin cheese.

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    Re: New Mexico remains in desert.

    haha...

    cpep and vick.. two solid humble and integral members of the team..

    should fit right along side ricky williams

    thank God.. no more boat scandle, hello cpep, vick, and williams.. the triple entant of negative media not covering vikings
    i m better than you, so just give up...

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    Re: New Mexico remains in desert.

    From kffl:

    NFL | M. Vick possibly headed for CFL
    Sun, 7 May 2006 22:16:05 -0700

    Jason Cole, writing for NBCSports.com, reports undrafted rookie free agent QB Marcus Vick (Virginia Tech) is unlikely to receive a contract offer from the Miami Dolphins. Vick did not take a snap at quarterback Sunday, May 7, and worked as a wide receiver instead. At this point in time, Vick does not have the skills to play in the NFL and is best suited for the Canadian Football League, where Toronto holds his rights.

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    Re: New Mexico remains in desert.

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    Dolphins | M. Vick catches three passes Sunday
    Sun, 7 May 2006 23:38:40 -0700

    Jeff Darlington, of the Palm Beach Post, reports undrafted rookie free agent QB Marcus Vick had at least five passes thrown his way Sunday, May 7, during the team's minicamp. Vick, working as a wide receiver for the team, was able to catch three of them. One incompletion was on an overthrown ball and the other Vick blatantly dropped. Darlington believed his speed was evident and felt his route running looked as clean as some of the other receivers.

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    Re: New Mexico remains in desert.

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    Dolphins | M. Vick catches three passes Sunday
    Sun, 7 May 2006 23:38:40 -0700

    Jeff Darlington, of the Palm Beach Post, reports undrafted rookie free agent QB Marcus Vick had at least five passes thrown his way Sunday, May 7, during the team's minicamp. Vick, working as a wide receiver for the team, was able to catch three of them. One incompletion was on an overthrown ball and the other Vick blatantly dropped. Darlington believed his speed was evident and felt his route running looked as clean as some of the other receivers.
    This is interesting. I allways thought he should try to work as a WR or RB instead of QB to get into the league.

    I hope the fins would sign him up as such to make him screw up their organisation.

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    Re: New Mexico remains in desert.

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    Dolphins |Team trying to sign Vick; so is Toronto
    Sun, 14 May 2006 17:34:13 -0700

    Alex Marvez, of the Sun-Sentinel, reports the Miami Dolphins were impressed enough with rookie free agent QB Marcus Vick's tryout, that they are negotiating a free agent contract with his agent. The Dolphins, though, have competition for Vick's services. The Toronto Argonauts own Vick's Canadian Football League contractual rights and also have interest in signing him, the source said. Vick's decision ultimately could come down to what position he wants to play. Vick's height wouldn't be as much of a detriment playing quarterback for Toronto because the CFL features a more wide-open style of offense.

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    Re: New Mexico remains in desert.

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    Dolphins |Team trying to sign Vick; so is Toronto
    Sun, 14 May 2006 17:34:13 -0700

    Alex Marvez, of the Sun-Sentinel, reports the Miami Dolphins were impressed enough with rookie free agent QB Marcus Vick's tryout, that they are negotiating a free agent contract with his agent. The Dolphins, though, have competition for Vick's services. The Toronto Argonauts own Vick's Canadian Football League contractual rights and also have interest in signing him, the source said. Vick's decision ultimately could come down to what position he wants to play. Vick's height wouldn't be as much of a detriment playing quarterback for Toronto because the CFL features a more wide-open style of offense.
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    Re: New Mexico remains in desert.

    If Marcus was SMART (he hasn't shown that he is even close yet), he would tell the Falcons that he is willing to play WR and get them to sign him to an incentive-laden contract...then go and live with his brother...maybe they could keep each other out of trouble! :lol:
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    Re: New Mexico remains in desert.

    i can do ne thing cuz my bros mike vick

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    Re: New Mexico remains in desert.

    POSTED 10:02 a.m. EDT, May 15, 2006

    MARCUS LANDING IN MIAMI?
    Mike Florio

    Alex Marvez of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel and Greg Bedard of the Palm Beach Post report that the Miami Dolphins are negotiating a free-agent contract with former Virginia Tech quarterback Marcus Vick.

    But the baby brother of Falcons quarterback Michael Vick might ultimately say "no, thanks" to the Fins' offer. Coach Nick Saban wants to move Marcus to receiver -- and the CFL's Toronto Argonauts want Vick to play quarterback there.

    Vick would make much more money in Miami, if he makes the roster. The NFL minimum rookie salary is $275,000.

    Marcus was an invited participant at the Dolphins' recent rookie minicamp. He took snaps both at quarterback and receiver. On the final day of the camp, he lined up exclusively as a pass-catcher.

    Marvez reports that Saban is "intrigued" by Vick following the tryout.

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