Former Falcons and Eagles QB Michael Vick is working with the Kansas City Chiefs as a summer coaching intern, as he looks to transition into coaching, according to BJ Kissel.
Vick has said previously that getting into coaching could be a possibility for him and he worked with Andy Reid for a few seasons while they were in Philadelphia, so this should be a great opportunity for him.
Vick, 36, is a former No. 1 overall pick of the Falcons back in 2001. He spent six years with the Falcons before he served 21 months in prison for his involvement in an illegal dogfighting ring.
Vick later got a second chance with the Eagles and played five seasons in Philadelphia. After that, Vick spent a season with the Jets and Steelers respectively.
For his career, Vick threw for 22,464 yards while completing 56.2 percent of his passes to go along with 133 touchdowns and 88 interceptions. He also totaled 6,109 yards rushing including a season in which he ran for over 1,000 yards.
Vick was a four-time Pro Bowl selection and won the Comeback Player of the Year in 2010.