PITTSFORD, N.Y. — The Buffalo Bills say they are not pursuing Michael Vick and have no plans to do so.
A burst of chatter on blogs, message boards and tweets about Buffalo being a possible match for the recently reinstated quarterback prompted Bills general manager Russ Brandon to address the question again on Thursday.
Brandon said he's sticking to the statement he made two weeks ago, when he said the Bills "have no interest at this time" in Vick. The general manager said he's comfortable with the team's roster and the Bills are settled on Trent Edwards as their starting quarterback.
He says Buffalo isn't looking at Vick to fill another position.
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