Michael Vick Wants To Be A Starter

Posted: Feb 1 2014, 11:02am CST | by , Updated: Feb 1 2014, 11:14am CST, in News | Other Stuff

Michael Vick has Plans this Year
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The NFL player Michael Vick has plans for 2014. He truly wants to be a starter this year for the NFL. The Eagles will be deprived of a first class player though.

Appearing very self-confident, Michael Vick stated in a recent interview that he was all ready to be a new starter when the NFL season hits the USA again in September. And he is leaving the Eagles behind in his quest to be the best.

Michael Vick is a very competent player who has a lot of attitude. He knows that he is the stuff that dreams are made of. That is why he has taken this rapid-fire decision. The man has had enough of being a backup for the Eagles. He’s leaving and he is not coming back.

Besides, another player named Nick Foles is entering the ranks as a youthful signal caller and Michael Vick’s contract is expiring soon. The time is ripe for a change.

Vick has spoken about how he is keeping his options open. It is fun to get to select the future you want to live. And he has so much talent that there is virtually nothing to fear. Opportunity may be said to knock only once, but in case of Michael Vick it is always available.

Currently, the super-fit player is considering the paths that lie before him. He has the wisdom to make the right value judgments. It is a complex array of snakes and ladders that exist in front. But Vick is not the least bit concerned. That is because he knows how to level the playing field.

Source: Philly

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