Pittsburgh Steelers Sign Michael Vick

One of the most controversial quarterbacks in the NFL has a new home.

FOX News Radio’s Chris Hoenig reports:

The Pittsburgh Steelers have signed quarterback Michael Vick to a 1 year contract to cover for injured backup QB Bruce Gradowski. Head coach Mike Tomlin says Vick has all the right attributes, even at age 35…

(Tomlin) “There’s not a throw on the field he can’t make, from an arm-strength standpoint.”

Vick’s 13 year career includes a two year break, serving 21 months in jail for his role in a dog fighting ring.

(Tomlin) “He’s done a lot since he’s gone through some of the things that he’s gone through, and I think that his track record to this point, in that regard, speaks for itself.”

The Steelers open the regular season on Thursday the 10th at the Patriots.

Chris Hoenig, FOX News Radio.