Michael Vick is signed to a one-year contract worth up to $10 million in incentives with the Philadelphia Eagles for 2013. That contract replaced the six-year, $100 million he previously signed in 2011. Vick will be a free agent at the season’s end. He’s had a career full of ups, downs, and lots of injuries. It should be an interesting year for the veteran, but he’s not even sure he’ll start.
“That is up to Coach [Chip Kelly] to decide what is best for this football team but as of right now, I am very pleased with my progress,” Vick said, via PFT. “Today, I felt like I had some throws I wanted back but for the most part I have done good. I got some balls in the end zone and just playing the position the way it is supposed to be played.”
This is definitely Vick’s last shot in an Eagles uniform. If he doesn’t perform well enough to start, he’ll be out. Philadelphia drafted quarterback Matt Barkley out of USC a couple months ago, but he doesn’t exactly fit Chip Kelly’s style of offense. It should be an interesting show at QB for the Eagles in 2013.