NFL Superstar Announces Retirement

David Hookstead | Reporter

Quarterback Michael Vick is officially retiring from the NFL.

The convicted dog killer will have an official retirement party in Houston prior to the Super Bowl, according to TMZ Sports(SLIDESHOW: Johnny Manziel‘s Sister Loves Showing Off Lots Of Skin)

Falcons Michael Vick #7 throws during first half action between the Atlanta Falcons and the Tennessee Titans on August 26, 2006 at The Coliseum in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Joe Murphy/NFLPhotoLibrary/Getty Images)

Falcons Michael Vick #7 throws during first half action between the Atlanta Falcons and the Tennessee Titans on August 26, 2006 at The Coliseum in Nashville, Tennessee. (Photo by Joe Murphy/NFLPhotoLibrary/Getty Images)

Vick starred for the Atlanta Falcons prior to his days as a convict for murdering dogs. After being released from prison he bounced around for a couple teams — his last being the Pittsburgh Steelers. (SLIDESHOW: Johnny Manziel‘s Rumored Girlfriend Barely Wears Anything On Instagram)

He will now have plenty of time to think about his actions with all his new found retirement.

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