Michael Vick is ready to step back on the football field at the age of 41.
Vick will play a game on May 28 for Fan Controlled Football, according to Reuters. That’s the last day of Fan Controlled Football’s regular season, so this is not any kind of long-term commitment from Vick.
Terrell Owens is also playing Fan Controlled Football this season, so Vick isn’t the league’s only past-his-prime former NFL star. Johnny Manziel has played in Fan Controlled Football as well.
Fan Controlled Football plays a 7-on-7 format on a 50-yard indoor field at Pullman Yards in Atlanta, the city where Vick played his best football for the Falcons before going to prison for his role in a dog fighting ring.
There is no word on which Fan Controlled Football team Vick will play for.