Michael Vick's Payday: Why It Was a Bad Move

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Michael Vick's Payday: Why It Was a Bad Move
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Michael Vick finally received his long-term contract; one he probably envisioned since the day he got out of prison.

Reportedly, the Eagles gave Vick a 6-year/$100 million contract with $40 million guaranteed.

While Vick was playing at such a high level last year, he regressed considerably at the end of the year, but the Eagles still feel he will continue his great play from early last season.

For the record, I think the Eagles should have given him a long-term deal, but not as many as six years and $100 million.

Here are five reasons why the contract was a bad decision.

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