The Eagles signed Michael Vick to a two-year deal worth $5 million per season, ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported.
The deal is the first of three inked by the team on Tuesday, including a three-year, $27 million deal with $20 million guaranteed.
Vick will make $7 million per year with $2.3 million guaranteed, according to the report.
The contract was a boon for Vick’s agent, Michael Cohen, who previously had been on the losing side of several legal cases with the team.
Vick is currently a free agent after the Eagles placed him on injured reserve.
Cohen told Schefter that the signing was a major win for his client.
“We feel good, obviously,” Cohen said.
“Michael is an excellent player and he’s a great kid.
Vick, 28, had his best season in 2016 after signing a four-year extension worth $30 million. “
This is a great deal for him, his agents and his family.”
Vick, 28, had his best season in 2016 after signing a four-year extension worth $30 million.
Last year, the Eagles had the best passing offense in the league and led the NFL in passing yards, passing touchdowns and passing yards per game, but the offense struggled to generate yards after the catch, leading to a league-low 18.4 points per game.