Michael Vick officially announces retirement from NFL after 13 seasons

  • Four-time Pro Bowl quarterback says he’s ‘officially retired’ from NFL
  • Vick electrified league with rare blend of passing and running abilities
  • Veteran played 13 NFL seasons with Falcons, Eagles, Jets and Steelers

Michael Vick, the four-time Pro Bowl quarterback whose electric career was sensationally interrupted by a felony conviction for his involvement in an illegal interstate dogfighting ring, says he’s officially retired from football.

The 36-year-old signal-caller, who did not play this past year, told ESPN’s Josina Anderson on Friday that he’s walking away from the sport after 13 pro seasons, mostly with the Atlanta Falcons, who selected him with the No1 pick of the 2001 NFL draft.

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