Vick, Eagles Agree on 6-Year $100 Million Contract
Congrats to Eagles QB Michael Vick. The Eagles and Vick have agreed on a new six year deal worth $100 million. The new deal gives Vick $40 million guaranteed. It makes Vick one of the highest players in the game. He joined the Eagles in 2009.
The 31 year-old Vick almost lost everything in 2007 after being convicted on dogfighting charges and sent to prison. In the last 12 months, he has gotten nearly everything back.
According to latimes.com, Vick was due to make slightly more than $16 million this year after the Eagles made him their franchise player In February. He’ll make a little less to free up some money for other players.
The Eagles have scheduled a news conference with Vick and coach Andy Reid for later today.