Michael Vick isn’t going to step on the field and electrify fans the way that he did back in his prime, but that doesn’t mean that he’s not open to holding down a backup quarterback spot somewhere in the NFL if he’s needed. In a recent interview, the Daily Press’ David Teel quoted Vick stating that while he has one more year left in him, that he’s also happy with where he’s at.
“I’m 35, about to turn 36,” said Vick, who plans to join Taylor at Tech’s spring game April 23. “I’ve got one more dedicated season in my blood, if somebody needs me to come in. But I’m kind of happy where I am right now. …
“I’ve got my health, I’ve got my kids, I’ve got my family. The game has done so much for me in terms of relationships, opportunities to take care of myself and my family. I’m just thankful. I give all the credit to God.”
Listen, as much as I’d love, I mean really love, to see this again:
Even just one more time, I don’t think we’re getting it. Regardless, Vick could still land a backup quarterback job somewhere, but at this point, it seems likely that he’ll wind up retiring, or possibly getting a call at some point during the 2016 NFL season if and when any injuries hit.