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FLORHAM PARK, N.J. – Marty Mornhinweg has seen it all before from Michael Vick.
The flicks of the wrist that rocket footballs downfield 50-plus yards with ease.
The pretty spirals.
The video game-like elusiveness.
The New York Jets offensive coordinator hopes to see it all again. At least for one more game: Sunday at Kansas City.
With Geno Smith benched after struggling through a dismal first half of the season, Vick is getting his first start as the Jets' quarterback against the Chiefs.
It will be the 34-year-old Vick's first regular-season start in just over a year, when he was still with Philadelphia. It's also the first time Mornhinweg is drawing up a game plan with Vick as his starting quarterback since the end of the 2012 season — when they were both with the Eagles.
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