Michael Vick Q&A, Part 1: Beating LeSean McCoy in a race, lessons from previous NFL coaches

  • 2013/05/15(水) 14:06:25

Eagles quarterback Michael Vick Cincinnati Bengals Jerseys is at a crossroads. At 32, he's the oldest player on his team, he's essentially on a one-year contract, and he's trying to return to his career-best 2010 level, all while playing for a first-year head coach (Chip Kelly) with no NFL background.

This is the second installment of Jason Cole's two-part conversation with Philadelphia Eagles QB Michael Vick, who resumed his NFL career in 2009 after spending two seasons out of the league following a federal conviction and prison time on charges connected to dogfighting. And Vick couldn't look much happier about NFL Nike Cleveland Browns Jerseys his prospects. If you follow his Twitter account, he writes one positive message Cheap NBA Jerseys after another about his offseason training, his golf game and his latest athletic achievement (he dusted teammate LeSean McCoy in a 40-yard dash earlier this month). Twelve years and a lifetime of controversy since he was the No. 1 overall pick in the 2001 NFL draft, Vick seems to have something all Wholesale Jerseys the wasted money in the world can't buy:
There's still plenty of confidence, too. It accents his hope that he can still turn his considerable talent into a championship, even if some people wonder if he can simply hold on to his job. Vick sat down with Yahoo! Sports for 30 minutes last week to talk about where he is at this point in his career.
Jason Cole: So you've had a broken leg, broken ribs multiple times, a concussion, banged up your body for years playing this game and then, at age 32, just smoked LeSean in a race. That must be pretty sweet.