Mike Vick Has Found His Right Place With the Eagles

Krishna DhaniCorrespondent IAugust 15, 2009

PHILADELPHIA - AUGUST 14: Michael Vick of the Philadelphia Eagles speaks at a press conference at the NovaCare Complex on August 14, 2009 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Vick signed a one-year contract, with a second year option, with the Eagles.  (Photo by Larry French/Getty Images)

ESPN.com reports that former Atlanta Falcons quarterback Micheal Vick now has finally has been signed by team.

He signed a one-year $1.6 million deal with the Philadelphia Eagles.

Vick was lucky to even have a second chance, otherwise he would currently be a free agent still with teams having very little interest in him.

Playing alongside Donovan McNabb, Vick will probably have about four snaps under center during each game.

He will also be taking place in some Wildcat Formation plays.

At his first practice, Vick had a perfect spiral.

The coaches were all impressed and glad to see that he still has the power to the throw the ball across the football field.

At that point, the Eagles had a feeling that Vick was going to very good and be very beneficial from this deal.

At most of his practices, Vick observed McNabb and also put in extra hours to get used to being in that No. 7 Eagles jersey.

He worked vigorously to be as good as McNabb.

He's currently working on one-on-one, seven-on-seven, and red zone plays.

When Vick was being interviewed by Sal Palantonio of ESPN after practice, he said, "I felt great. I want to say it felt normal. It felt normal."

When Vick was at his empty locker, taking off his ankle brace, he said, "This is weird" in front of a group of reporters

Vick's position at one of his practices was a fourth quarterback under the center.

He was doing pretty good at practice that day.

Let's just hope he does well with the Eagles.