Falcons still open to trading rights to Vick GM Dimitroff focused on NFL draft, but will listen if anyone calls about suspended QB By D. ORLANDO LEDBETTER The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Tuesday, April 21, 2009 With the NFL draft set for Saturday and Sunday, the Falcons are prepared to take calls about trading the rights to quarterback Michael Vick. “Possibly, but we are focusing on the whole franchise as far as the roster,” Falcons general manager Thomas Dimitroff said on Tuesday. “As you know we are always open to entertaining offers and have discussions about players on this roster.” MORE ON MICHAEL VICK Complete Vick updates No one buys Vick's mansion at auction Vick mansion furnished with troubled past Photos: Vick's former home ready for auction Video: See more of Vick's house Photos: Vick sentenced in dogfighting case Photos: Vick pleads guilty to state dogfighting charges RELATED STORIES Vick leaves Atlanta en route to Leavenworth Michael Vick move to Atlanta prison a brief stopover Vick being held in Virginia prison Fla. attorney general sues maker of Vick chew toy The Falcons have the 24th pick overall in the first round. Last season, after selecting quarterback Matt Ryan with the No. 3 pick, Dimitroff traded back into the first round to select left tackle Sam Baker with the 21st overall pick. Dimitroff said he’s prepared to move up or down and is ready if someone wants to acquire the rights to Vick, who’s currently on the roster but suspended indefinitely from the league. The former No. 1 overall pick in 2001 is set to be released from federal custody in July. “I think it’s important to understand with Michael right now, that we are kind of anchored in and focused on the draft, but if someone does want to discuss Michael Vick with us we’ll definitely entertain the discussions during the draft,” Dimitroff said.