A conversation about what the Bills plan to do at quarterback in the off-season led to this quote from Clayton:
"You now have a College Coach who knows the read option system and, you can see that there can be a little excitement there maybe that can be a draw for the fans. Buffalo was quite interested in (Vick) before he ended up going to Philadelphia. Everything I hear, according to sources, is that there is interest there. How much money are they willing to spend? He's not going to get the one hundred million dollar contract that he got from Philadelphia."
Clayton thought it was possible that the Bills might be interested in drafting a young QB, possibly Ryan Nassib from Syracuse and then have a veteran QB groom their potential young passer. He did say that Vick is only one option for the team.
"I get the feeling, more than anything else that, I think there is legitimate interest in Michael Vick, but I don't know if it's going to consummate into any deal so, if they don't go for Michael Vick, than they could go for the Syracuse quarterback (Ryan Nassib) or one of the quarterbacks in the draft."
Vick threw for 2,326 yards for the Eagles in 2012. He tossed 12 touchdowns versus 10 interceptions and is due a $15.5 million bonus if he remains on Philadelphia's roster.
You can hear the interview in the WGR550.com audio vault.