by Anthony Cervino | Fri, Feb 3rd 5:51pm EST
ESPN's Josina Anderson reports quarterback Micahel Vick has officially announced his retirement from the NFL Friday. (Sportscenter on Twitter)
After playing 15 seasons in the NFL, Vick officially announced his retirement Friday -- he was not on a roster in 2016. The versatile signal caller played with the Falcons (2001-2006), Eagles (2009-2013), Jets (2014) and Steelers (2015). In his 15 seasons, he compiled 22,464 yards passing, 133 touchdowns passing and 88 interceptions while adding another 6,109 yards and 36 scores as a rusher. Vick will go down as one of the most elusive quarterbacks to ever step on a professional football field.