Last week, it appeared that free-agent quarterback Mike Vick would wait — possibly until after the draft — to pick his next team.

This week, there are early indications that Vick could be moving toward making a decision.

Several teams have signed veteran quarterbacks over the last two weeks, presumably narrowing the scope of Vick’s available options. Running back Adrian Peterson openly lobbied for Vick to come to Minnesota, but the team re-signed Matt Cassel to a two-year, $10 million contract. It’s unlikely that the Vikings would pay that much or more for Vick.

Ditto for the Jaguars and the Buccaneers, who gave similar contracts to Chad Henne and Josh McCown, respectively.

The only teams with clear and obvious needs at quarterback are the Raiders, Texans, and Browns. Like the Vikings, Jaguars, and Buccaneers, those teams surely will be looking at the top of the draft for a rookie, who likely would supplant a veteran “starter” as early as the moment the rookie’s name is written on the draft card.