Training camp has started, and the NFL regular season is only a month away.

However, veteran free agent quarterback Michael Vick has yet to be signed. The 35-year-old spent this past season with the New York Jets as a backup, and there are several places where he could possibly start or be a viable backup.

Buffalo Bills head coach Rex Ryan has an iffy QB situation going on his team, and says he considered signing Vick.

"I had a conversation with Mike," Ryan said. "Mike's an outstanding athlete, he's a tremendous person. I really enjoyed my year with Mike [last season with the Jets], and he's great for a team. However, our conditions are a little different than most teams in this league. And Mike will tell you, he's not built really [to be] a bad-weather quarterback. He doesn't have great, big hands, and the weather affects him some. And he'd be the first one to tell you.

"You get the wind that we're gonna have in our stadium and the snow and all that stuff, that's not in his best interests. And quite honestly, I considered it. We considered it. And I know that's not the spot for him."

We'll see what's in store for Vick this season.

By Josh Dhani

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