FOXBOROUGH -- Patriots chairman/CEO Robert Kraft was a guest on SIRIUS NFL Radio's "Movin' The Chains" program today.
Robert Kraft and Tom Brady at Thursday's afternoon practice. (Reuters)
Here is part of the Q&A of the interview that included Kraft's comments on Michael Vick:
Host Tim Ryan: "With all the baggage that could come with him - and whether it is just or unjust in terms of maybe some of the things that are going to go down if and when he gets on a football team -- is Mike Vick an owner's call or is that a coach's call, whether you're going to put him on your roster or not?"
Robert Kraft: "Well, I think each situation would probably be unique and I can't speak about how things work in other areas or [on] other teams. This is a complicated one. I would think that most owners would want to have some kind of input into the decision, at least, I wouldn't do it from a football end but just understanding everything. But for us, that's an academic problem because we've got the No. 1 player at that [QB] position in the world as far as I'm concerned and why would we ever want to do anything that would take him off the field for one play?"