Michael Vick

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Michael Vick

Michael Vick

Michael Vick is a former American football player. Michael Vick was named to the Pro Bowl four times during his career. Throughout his illustrious career, he served as a quarterback for a variety of organizations.

He was a quarterback with the Atlanta Falcons (2001–2008), Philadelphia Eagles (2009–2013), New York Jets (2014), and Pittsburgh Steelers in the National Football League (2015).

Early Years, Family, and Education

Michael Vick was born on June 26, 1980, in Newport News, Virginia.

Vick was born to Michael Boddie and Bendra Vick.

Vick’s father worked as a shipyard spray painter, while his mother worked two jobs.

They lived in the Ridley Circle Homes, which were in a sketchy part of town.

Despite the fact that Boddie’s job required him to travel frequently, he has two boys with football skills.

Vick was the youngest of three siblings, with one brother and two sisters.

We learn from this that he came from a huge family with many brothers and sisters.

Vick began his education at Newport News’ Homer L. Ferguson High School.

Because of his athletic ability, he became somewhat popular during his freshman year.

Vick later enrolled at Warwick High School. He transferred to a different college after a few years.

Height, Weight, Hair, Eye Color, and Age

Michael Vick will be 41 years old in 2020.

He was well-trained and fit during his active years, with a perfect weight of 215 lbs as an athlete and a height of 6 feet.

Moving on to the footballer’s hair, he has short black hair.

He has lustrous black eyes that match his hair wonderfully. He also wears a size 11 shoe.

Facts of Michael Vick

Full Name Michael Dwayne Vick
Birth Date June 26, 1980
Birth Place Newport News, Virginia
Nick Name Ookie
Religion Christian
Nationality American
Ethnicity Black
Education Warwick, Newport News, Virginia
Zodiac Cancer
Father’s Name Michael Boddie
Mother’s Name Brenda Vick
Siblings Three; Marcus Vick, Christina Vick; Courtney Vick
Age 41 Years Old
Height 6 feet
Weight 215 lb
Hair Colour Black
Eye Colour Dark Brown
Build Athletic
Occupation NFL Player
Position Quarterback
Active Years 2001-2017
Marital Status Married
Wife’s Name Kijafa Vick (m 2012)
Children 4; Two Sons, Two Daughters
Net Worth $20 Million
Social Media Twitter, Instagram, Facebook
Merch Hardcover, Rookie Card, Autographed Falcons Jersey
Last Update May 2022

Net Worth & Salary

Michael Vick’s net worth in 2022 is $20 million as he is currently working with FOX sports as an analyst.

Moreover, he also launched his clothing line, V7 Clothing, a few years back. Usually, it is more of sportswear clothing and includes t-shirts, jackets, sweatshirts, and trousers.

Football Career

The 41-year-old had a long and illustrious career. He began playing football at an early age, in 1999 and discovered his enthusiasm for the sport.

Following that, he pursued his career and began playing for small teams before shooting his huge shot and appearing in significant big games.

Here is a timeline of his career in football, his favorite sport.

College Statistics & Careers

Vick has always had a strong desire to play football.

In 1999, he made his college debut as a redshirt freshman against the James Madison Dukes Football Team.

Later, he demonstrated the primary action in the annual Black Diamond Trophy game against the West Virginia Mountain Football Team.

He set a freshman record by passing the efficiency test, and he won both the ESPY Award and the Archie Griffin Award his freshman year.

Professional Career

Vick later decided to make football his life’s work and began his professional career as a quarterback in the NFL in 2001, with the Atlanta Falcons, making his debut against the San Francisco 49ers on September 9, 2001.

Michael Vick
Michael Vick is in the field. Source: usatoday

The Atlanta Falcons

On September 23, he threw his first NFL pass to wide receiver Tony Martin in the second quarter against the Carolina Panthers.

He helped the Falcons win 24-16 on this day by scoring his first touchdown in the fourth quarter, which was incredible.

In addition, his club won another game, this time against the Dallas Cowboys. 20-13 was the final score.

In 2002, he was named to the Pro Bowl.


Vick suffered a fractured right fibula during a preseason game against the Baltimore Ravens in 2003.

During the regular season, he missed approximately 11 games. And his 2003 was sporadic.

Despite his injury, he kept his fitness and took good care of himself.

He was back on the fields in less than a year, as healthy as ever.

The Return in 2004

In 2004, Vick regained his form, rushing for 2,313 yards, 14 touchdowns, and 12 interceptions.

Everyone was relieved to see him strong and focused again.

He also ran for 902 yards and three touchdowns as the Falcons concluded the season with an 11–5 record.

He set the mark against the Denver Broncos on October 31, 2004, and his throw of more than 250 yards became legendary.

Vick was nominated to his second Pro Bowl and led Atlanta to their third division title.

He had the third-highest single-season rushing total for a quarterback in NFL history.

He inked a nine-year, $130 million deal on December 23.

They became the first running back duo to achieve 1,000 rushing yards in a single season, along with his teammate Warrick Dunn.


Vick pleaded guilty to federal charges in the Bad Newz Kennels dog fighting investigation in August 2007.

As a result, the NFL suspended him for an undetermined period of time without pay.

This was accomplished through a letter in which NFL commissioner Roger Goodell stated that the quarterback had admitted to the violation, which he described as “not just illegal, but also cruel and disgusting.”

The Philadelphia Eagles

Vick played with the Philadelphia Eagles after his ban was lifted after he was traded by the Atlanta Forces during his time in prison.

He was a quarterback and a team captain for the Philadelphia Eagles from 2009 to 2013, and he performed an outstanding job in both.

Despite this, his proclivity for unscrupulous dealings continued, resulting in his collapse.

Wife and Children

Michael Vick is a father of four children and a married man. Their love story began in 2002 when they were both in their early twenties.

Kijafa Frink, whom he met in 2002, has been his long-term girlfriend. It was in 2002, in an interview with Philadelphia’s NBC10, wherein Kijafa says,”

Vick just came over to her at the nightclub, got her number, and they’ve “been talking ever since.”

Their relationship was a tough one, but they were strong and understood despite all the struggles.

Finally, after 11 years of living together and knowing one another, they decided to get married in 2012.

The couple looked beautiful together, and it was a memorable day for Vick.

Vick’s oldest son is Mitez Vick, born on July 10, 2002, whom he shares with his previous girlfriend, Tameka Taylor. Taylor and Vick were in the same high school, Warwick High School.

Afterward, they attended different colleges, where they parted their way forever.

While he was young, he used to switch and stay with his parents simultaneously.

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Wife and Kids

Moving on, with Kijafa, Vick has two daughters and a baby boy.

The second oldest daughter is Jada Vick, born on October 12, 2004, and London Vick, October 19, 2007.

The two daughters love sports and also love painting and drawing.

Again, on November 20, 2017, they were blessed with a baby boy. Now, he is three years old.

Social Media Presence

His Instagram has 1.6m followers, his Twitter has 2.6m followers and his Facebook has 2.8m followers.