July 30, 2015
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) - Even if Michael Vick is available, Jerry Jones says the Dallas Cowboys have no plans to sign the suspended quarterback.
The Cowboys owner has repeatedly said since Vick was released by the Atlanta Falcons last year that his team won't sign Vick.
Vick was freed from federal custody this week for dogfighting charges and is awaiting word from NFL commissioner Roger Goodell about if and when he will be reinstated.
Responding to a question Friday about Vick, Jones said his stance hasn't changed.
"It hasn't," Jones said, emphasizing that by repeating that phrase twice more in a matter of seconds.
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