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    Default Michael Vick will work as studio analyst for FOX

    Michael Vick will work as studio analyst for FOX

    Michael Vick isn’t playing anymore, but he remained around the game this summer as a coaching intern with the Chiefs.

    He’ll be around the game this fall as well, although it will be in a different guise. Vick will work for FOX Sports as a studio analyst on FOX NFL Kickoff, which leads into their pregame show, and will also make appearances on FS1 studio shows over the course of the season.

    A formal announcement is expected this weekend, but FOX Sports president of production and executive producer John Entz told USA Today that Vick has a “truly unique perspective that intrigues and engages our viewer.”

    “I think I’m ready for it,” Vick said. “I have already been through that during my career and have had a lot of practice doing interviews. You have to be careful because anything you say can go viral. I have never criticized guys, but I will be critical. Great players understand that. I’ve seen the reactions from my teammates watching shows in the team lounge when they disagree with something. I’m a credible guy and I think people will respect that.”

    Vick got some taste of what can happen when things go viral after making comments about Colin Kaepernick needing a haircut while discussing Kaepernick’s lack of a job for the 2017 season. Vick walked back those comments a few days later, but the experience doesn’t seem to have soured him on having his opinions blasted out and picked apart every Sunday this season

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    Let's see if he gets a chance or people dog him....

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