November 1, 2014
RENTON, Wash. (AP) - Seahawks coach Jim Mora says Michael Vick deserves to be reinstated to the NFL, though it seems unlikely he'll get that second chance in Seattle.
Mora, who coached Vick when he was the Atlanta Falcons' quarterback, says has paid his debt to society. When asked if he'd welcome Vick to the Seahawks, the coach said Seattle is not adding any more quarterbacks.
Speaking Wednesday during Seattle's mandatory minicamp, Mora says Vick has paid his debt to society.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has not committed to reinstating Vick after he completes his 23-month sentence on July 20 for running a dogfighting ring.
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