11:35 AM ET 12.09 | Now that coach Andy Reid has carried out the carefully planned firing of Michael Vick as Philadelphia Eagles' starting quarterback, attention turns to where the passer may play next season. After talking to three NFL sources this week, here's a look at the likely landing spots for Vick this offseason. 1. Buffalo Bills - Though the team publicly denied being interested in Vick in 2009, a source close to the quarterback insists the Bills were a suitor. 2. Cleveland Browns - The key to this possible match is that former Eagles president Joe Banner is now running the show for the Browns. Banner is a Vick fan. 3. New York Jets - The Jets are nothing if not daring and desperate, particularly after watching Mark Sanchez and Tim Tebow spend the season flopping around like fish on the deck of a boat. Vick would serve a couple of purposes. 4. Arizona Cardinals - They are always looking for a veteran fix at quarterback (see Kurt Warner and Kevin Kolb) and could acquire their second former Philadelphia passer in the span of three seasons. 5. Philadelphia - The final school of thought is that Vick ultimately won't go anywhere. More likely, it will be Reid who gets let go first and then the decision on Vick will be left to Reid's successor. If the successor is Oregon coach Chip Kelly or former Tampa Bay and Oakland coach Jon Gruden, Vick's chances of staying increase exponentially.