We've found something else Donovan McNabb and Andy Reid agree on, beyond discomfort with making declarations about the quality of the roster in July. (Though both men have been careful to not sound as if they're telling team president Joe Banner to, uh, kindly desist, we can clearly infer from their remarks that they wish Banner hadn't proclaimed this the best group of players he's had.)
Anyhow, on Monday, McNabb said Michael Vick should be reinstated, without serving a suspension, though of course, that wasn't quite how NFL commissioner Roger Goodell ruled. Tuesday, Reid didn't mention the suspension part of it, but he said he definitely feels Vick should be allowed to return, and will return, with former Colts head coach Tony Dungy helping his cause.
Reid was asked about the Eagles' interest in Vick.
"No. 1, I think he's a good kid. Right now, we've got a good situation at quarterback, so that's not the direction I'm looking at," Reid said. "I'm glad Tony Dungy's involved; there's no finer person around than Tony Dungy. And Michael, the times that I've talked to him, he's a good kid. I think that combination there will help Michael, and probably increase his marketability there."