After waiting most of the offseason, Michael Vick has a job.

Vick signed with the Steelers after a Tuesday morning meeting.


Vick’s signing comes with some controversy, as Steelers fans took to social media to voice concern with signing the man who went to prison for dogfighting.

Vick, who played in 10 games for the New York Jets last season, could replace Brad Gradkowski as Ben Roethlisberger’s backup.

By Glenn Erby

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