The 35-year-old quarterback has said he wants to play three more years in the NFL. That's possible. He's also said that he wants to start. That's not likely.
Vick is a proven veteran that would be a good backup for several NFL teams, but the chances of him signing on to start with a team are slim.
"(I'm) a proven winner," Vick said during an appearance on NFL Network last month, via CBS Sports. "I think that I've done a lot throughout the course of my career.
"I've proved that I can win games and play with some consistency and be a leader. I think those are the qualities that you want in a quarterback."
Until he gets a call, he's been working out on his own.
He posted videos of him throwing passes on his Instagram page on Thursday and Friday.
Vick last started for the Jets in a 38-3 Week 12 loss to the Bills last season. Vick threw for 76 yards and an interception in the loss.
That was Vick's final start of the 2014 season.
But it wasn't all ugly for Vick last year. In a 20-13 win over the Steelers last season, Vick threw for 132 yards and two touchdowns while adding 39 rushing yards.
In his 12-year career, Vick has thrown for 22,093 yards and 131 touchdowns, adding 6,010 more yards and 36 scores on the ground. He was the Comeback Player of the Year in 2010.
Vick owns a 59-50-1 career win-loss record.