Tony Dungy believes Michael Vick will find a new home this week. Where, exactly, he's still not sure.

In a telephone interview Wednesday, Dungy told The Associated Press that Vick's options will probably be limited.

Dungy said he believes Vick understands he let his fans down and that many teams would not sign him because of the potential backlash, the inability to fit into a team's offense or salary cap concerns.

Dungy said he has told Vick to be patient.

The NFL mandated that Vick accept Tony Dungy as a mentor as part of his conditional reinstatement to the league

The free agent NFL quarterback, who last month finished a 23-month federal prison sentence for dogfighting, flew to Chicago for a Humane Society event on Wednesday.