Earlier this offseason, we took a closer look at Michael Vick's post-career interests because the former quarterback stated that he wanted to become a coach and specifically pointed to Andy Reid as his hopeful mentor. Vick, who is working as a coaching intern with the Chiefs now, revealed his goals on Adam Schefter's podcast Monday.
Vick has joined the Chiefs for training camp, as he's serving the team as a coaching intern throughout their preseason the next three weeks, the team announced Tuesday.
Vick's winding playing career began with the Atlanta Falcons, where he electrified crowds and emerged as one of the NFL's brightest young stars. "I'd love to coach in the National Football League one day".
Apparently when he isn't giving Colin Kaepernick unsolicited advice on his haircut or dominating flag football games, Vick has his eyes on coaching. So we'll see how it goes.
However, Vick seemed to change that narrative after joining Reid and the Eagles, becoming a smarter player.
Reid was the one who gave Vick a second chance after he was released from prison following his sentence for dog fighting. "You know you can coach hard, and that's what I want to do".
"It's another way to chase a championship". And I get that.