Former NFL QB Michael Vick Coming Out of Retirement

The Michael Vick Experience is back open for business.

The former NFL superstar is once again going to be under center, as the former Pro Bowler has agreed to come out of retirement to join startup league Fan Controlled Football.

Vick last played in NFL all the way back in 2015. Vick will make his debut on May 28th, the last day of the regular season, according to the source who said an official announcement is expected next week.

“Fan Controlled Football’s seven-week regular season, which will be followed by playoffs, kicked off in mid-April. All games are being held at a single Atlanta facility.

Vick is expected to give a further boost to Fan Controlled Football ratings which, five weeks into the season, have surpassed all of last season’s viewership combined.

According to Fan Controlled Football, it has attracted over 12 million viewers across Twitch, Peacock, NBCLX, DAZN and fubo Sports Network this season.”

Vick agreed to a comeback after seeing his buddy Terrell Owens have some success in the league.

The Fan Controlled Football League is slowly turning into the Big 3.

I’m all for seeing former NFL stars suiting up.  Vick can still sling it, that much we know.

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