September 17, 2014
CINCINNATI (AP) -- Bengals owner Mike Brown hopes some other NFL team decides to give quarterback Michael Vick another chance.
Brown praised commissioner Roger Goodell's decision to conditionally reinstate Vick, giving him a chance to resume his career after serving jail time for running a dogfighting ring.
However, Brown said Tuesday he won't be calling Vick with an offer. The Bengals already have three quarterbacks signed for the season, and Brown said Vick wouldn't be a good fit for his team as a result.
Vick is allowed to participate in training camp and could be reinstated by the sixth week of the regular season.
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