UFL Betting May Include Michael Vick in 2009
The teams will be new, but the players will for the most part be familiar names. There is one name that stands out as a prospective UFL betting prospect: Michael Vick.
UFL betting will feature the fallen Atlanta Falcons star, and his salary is far beyond that of a regular player. Where most players will be making about $35,000 per year, Vick will be making an upper six figure income of $620,000; almost twenty times as much.
Should Michael Vick be playing, though? He is still suspended from the big-leagues for the next year, and should probably be saving his strength and health for when he can finally return to making the big bucks. Anything can happen during his time in UFL betting, and if he gets seriously injured he may not be able to return to the NFL. $620k as a UFL betting star is nowhere near what he was making in the NFL, but it’s still something. And if you’re in debt, something is definitely better than nothing.
But fans want to see this tainted quarterback appear on their TV screens once more, starting his comeback with UFL betting. Vick’s run-in with the law was a small stain on the quilt, compared to the countless times he’s shown his talent on the field.
So if he does join the UFL betting ranks and help jumpstart this brand new league, will he be seeing lots of time on the field? Chances are that he’ll only see a couple of plays per game. Our illustrious Michael Vick will most likely be warming benches every now and then. That still doesn’t stop fans. Vick will definitely bring some attention to the UFL betting league and help it get on its feet.
He may not want to do it, but as the time draws near for UFL betting to make its debut, the options begin to narrow down and it seems as if his $620,000 salary with the UFL may be his best option.
Grease the gears a little bit, keep from getting too roughed up, show the UFL betting public what you can do, and wait ‘til your suspension is up so you can go back to making the big bucks. The people look forward to UFL betting with you on the field, Mike. Don’t let ‘em down.