Eagles sign Vick to 2-year deal

By Jason Tang - bio | email

PHILADELPHIA (KHNL) - Michael Vick is back in the NFL, with a brand new team. The Philadelphia Eagles signed vVck to a two year deal on Thursday, less than a month after League commissioner Roger Goodell reinstated the convicted dog fighter.

With his deal, Vick can now take part in preseason practice, workouts and meetings with the Eagles, and can play in their final two games of the preseason. The deal is worth $1.6 million in the first year, with an option for a 2nd at $5.2 million.

The Eagles are scheduled to hold a press conference announcing Vick's signing on Friday.

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