Former Falcons legend Michael Vick is coming out of retirement
Yes, you read that correctly, Michael Vick is coming out of retirement to resume his football career, but this time it will be in the Fan Controlled Football League.
Vick will be joining the league that also features Johnny Manziel and the 48-year-old Pro Football Hall of Famer, Terrell Owens.
Fans will once again get to watch the former electrifying Falcons legend play
There is no denying that Michael Vick changed the game and changed how quarterbacks play, as he was bigger than life during his time with the Atlanta Falcons.
Few players have ever captivated fans like Vick, and lucky for everyone, despite being 41-years-old, he will be taking the field again, getting the chance to show that he still has the speed and arm to play at a high level.
The Fan Controlled Football league is in its second season and is unlike any football league anyone has ever seen. Fans draft their team’s players each week, games are around an hour long, and fans get to pick the plays. It is almost like a real-life arcade football league.
It is a wild concept that has attracted Johnny Manziel, Terrell Owens, and now Michael Vick.
What’s more, is that they play all their games at Pullman Yard in Georgia, but you can watch their games online by visiting their Twitch channel where they stream each game.
Michael Vick has not played pro football since he played with the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2015 as Ben Roethlisberger’s backup.
He came into the NFL as the top selection in the 2021 NFL Draft by the Atlanta Falcons. He was a fan favorite because of the way he played the game, he could pull off things that no other quarterback before him could.
And while most people would count him out due to his age, he still has the speed and arm talent to light any defense up. It should be fun to watch him once again.