Michael Vick About to Sign a $1.5 Million Endorsement Deal

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According to Jason La Canfora, Michael Vick is on the verge of signing a three-year, $1.55 million deal with MusclePharm, a supplement manufacturer founded by former NFL player Brad Pyatt:

Vick's deal with MusclePharm would be for two years guaranteed, with an option for a third year and would include substantial bonuses based on Vick reaching the Pro Bowl, and the Eagles reaching the playoffs and also the Super Bowl.

Vick would have a social media responsibility with the company and the ease to which he works with MusclePharm executives would help determine whether the third year is picked up. Vick would also receive $100,000 in MusclePharm stock per year and the first two years would include $200,000 in base compensation, and $250,000 in the third year.

Vick's Pro Bowl and postseason bonuses would begin at $25,000, according to the source. The deal could be announced shortly.

 

Awesome.

Vick, of course, already shills faux energy bracelets and reportedly recently signed a contract with Nike. He also still owes a lot of people money, so it doesn't all go in his pocket. Or at least it's not supposed to.

Welcome to All-Star week.

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3 Responses

  1. I made it about three minutes into a match before calling it quits. The talent gap between FIFA and the MLS is enormous and proved too wide to bridge- think trying to go from watching the Eagles to Villanova football. Not happening. Even my uneducated eye could see the vast inferiority of most of the players.

  2. Vick’s deal with MusclePharm would be for two years guaranteed, with an option for a third year and would include substantial bonuses based on Vick reaching the Pro Bowl, and the Eagles reaching the playoffs and also the Super Bowl.

  3. the third year is picked up. Vick would also receive $100,000 in MusclePharm stock per year and the first two years would include $200,000 in base compensation, and $250,000 in the third year

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