As the Minnesota Vikings prepare to head out into the free agent market to find a veteran quarterback, their franchise player has some ideas about what they should do next.

Running back Adrian Peterson is interested in the team bringing Michael Vick to Minnesota to be the next starting quarterback. The 2012 NFL MVP tweeted his thoughts Wednesday night.

Vick, who will turn 34 in June, started just six games for the Philadelphia Eagles last season before losing his job to Nick Foles through a hamstring injury. He hasn't started more than 13 games in a season since 2006, and it wouldn't seem like Vick is the best fit for new offensive coordinator Norv Turner's offense. But considering the Vikings' quarterback situation, it's difficult to rule anything out

Christian Ponder is the only Vikings quarterback under contract at the moment, after Matt Cassel opted out of his 2014 contract with the Vikings in February. Josh Freeman, whom the Vikings signed to a one-year, $2 million deal and used in one game, is also a free agent.

Vick might actually be one of the more credible options in a thin free agent market that includes Cassel, Freeman, Josh McCown and David Garrard.