Dungy says Vick talked to several teams
CANTON, Ohio -- Tony Dungy says he's spoken to "quite a few" NFL coaches about Michael Vick.
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ESPN NFL analyst Chris Mortensen says that some of the teams who originally said they wouldn't sign Michael Vick are reconsidering, but it's still too early to say where he will end up.
Dungy, the former Indianapolis Colts' coach, has been mentoring Vick, who served 18 months in federal prison for running a dogfighting ring and was released from home confinement last month.
During Sunday night's NBC broadcast of the Hall of Fame game, Dungy said, "I've talked to quite a few coaches who want to get my thoughts on where [Vick] is."
Dungy says Vick has talked to several teams. Dungy says he believes the former Falcons' quarterback will be with a team before training camp ends.
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