Recently retired quarterback #michael vick has already started thinking about life after retirement.
The coaching of Reid helped Vick become the pocket passer he always wanted to be.
Vick played under Reid in Philadelphia from 2009-12, and now he is serving as one of his coaching interns for the Kansas City Chiefs.
Vick was on the field this morning for the first workout of training camp, and blended in with the approximately thirty other members of the coaching staff when the team went to the field.
Vick, who played for Reid in Philadelphia for four seasons, was spotting working with the Chiefs' quarterbacks at training camp on Tuesday.
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His brother added: "It was that love that - that even if she was on the other side of a room ... that you, as a son, you could feel it".
Chiefs head coach Andy Reid speaks with Michael Vick of the New York Jets before the game at Arrowhead Stadium on November 2, 2014.
Vick spent 13 seasons in the National Football League, the first six with the Atlanta Falcons, who recently honored him.
Unfortunately, it seemed as if once teams realized Vick shook off the rust of his two-year absence they began blitzing him in ways that took away his ability to take off and run as he successfully did in his younger days.
"It's another way to chase a championship". "I really couldn't relay the messages I want to relay to a high school kid because. you can't be as complex".