The Kansas City Chiefs are two weeks into training camp in St. Joseph. And Michael Vick continues to move right along with them.
The quarterback ran off the field Sunday and heard a number of fans, including one with an Atlanta Falcons No. 7 Vick jersey, calling out his name.
Vick stopped by the crowd to take pictures and sign autographs on his way back up the hill at Missouri Western as he headed into Griffon Indoor Sports Complex.
The recently retired quarterback is in St. Joseph as a coaching intern with the Chiefs as part of the Bill Walsh Minority Fellowship Program.
Assorted views were shared throughout social media after the first day of Chiefs camp. Word quickly spread that Vick was in town.
Things have since calmed down. Sunday was the first time Vick was seen with fans at camp.
The quarterback was sentenced to 23 months in prison for his role in a dog-fighting ring in 2007. He played for coach Andy Reid for four seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles, including his first year back in the NFL in 2009.
He won Comeback Player of the Year in 2010.
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