Michael Vick has plans on becoming a coach, but first the legendary quarterback will celebrate all he’s accomplished.

TMZ Sports caught up with Vick leaving his retirement party at Groove's nightclub in Houston Saturday night, and he let it be known that he felt Hall of Fame-worthy.

“I changed the game.”

Vick finished his career with 22,464 passing yards and 133 touchdowns, with 88 interceptions. He changed the game with his legs though, and will leave the game as the all time leader at quarterbacks with 6,109 career rushing yards.

He’ll also be judged for his off-the-field antics, which include his involvement in a dogfighting ring and the 21 months he spent in federal prison as a result.

Only time will tell.

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