Vick spent the 2014 season with the New York Jets, who decided not to resign him this off-season. The 34-year-old started three games for New York last year and appeared in 10, completing 52.9% of his passes for 604 yards, three touchdowns and two interceptions.
“I still know I have a lot left in the tank and I still look forward to playing again one day,” said Vick, who turns 35 next week.
A 12-year veteran, Vick also called himself a “proven winner.” The quarterback has been named to the Pro Bowl four times and was the 2010 AP Comeback Player of the Year.
“I think that I've done a lot throughout the course of my career,“ he said. “I've proved that I can win games and play with some consistency and be a leader. I think those are the qualities that you want in a quarterback.”
Over his career, Vick has thrown for more than 22,000 yards while completing 56.1% of his passes.
- Molly Geary