Michael Vick hasn't been a part of the Falcons' organization since the 2006 season.
But if Vick has his way, that will change soon — even if only for a day.
Vick, who already announced his retirement from the NFL in February, said he is in works with Atlanta to sign a one-day contract and officially end his playing career with the team that drafted him (via CBS Atlanta).
Vick missed the 2007 and '08 seasons after getting jailed for running a dogfighting ring out of his home. He since played with the Steelers and Jets, even joining the American Flag Football League, but wants his NFL career to end where it started. Vick, who is working National Playmakers Academy to help players avoid the same mistakes he made, said he has no interest in returning to the league as a backup either, saying he "had his fill."
He threw for 22,464 yards and 133 touchdowns to 88 interceptions over his 13-year NFL career. Six of those seasons came in Atlanta — his longest stint with any team — where he passed for 11,505 yards and 71 touchdowns to 52 interceptions. He also rushed for 6,109 and 36 touchdowns.