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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

On Saturday, April 14th, former NFL quarterback Michael Vick will be returning to the Philadelphia, Pa. area. Vick will be having an autograph signing at the Fan Cave.

Vick will be at the Lancaster, Pa. location (Rockvale Outlets – 35 S. Willowdale Dr., Suite 309) from 7 pm to 9 pm. Fans will have several opportunities to get close to the former NFL signal-caller.

Michael Vick is seen here rushing the ball for the Philadelphia Eagles against the Chicago Bears in 2009 (Getty Images)

Michael Vick is seen here rushing the ball for the Philadelphia Eagles against the Chicago Bears in 2009 (Getty Images)

Fans can purchase tickets beforehand to meet him. The story says they have a limited number of tickets left.

The tickets can be purchased for $75, which includes an 8X10 and an autograph. This will also include a JSA witness certificate.

There will also be a $25 photo opportunity. The professional-posed photo will be printed out in an 8X10 or an 11X14.

It will be the individual’s choice on what size they would like the photo. They could also use this photo to be signed by Vick.

The 37-year-old spent five seasons with the Eagles. After being reinstated to the NFL after spending time in jail, it was then-Eagles head coach Andy Reid, who gave him a second chance and resurrected his playing career.

He appeared in 54 games, including 42 starts in the City of Brotherly Love. He went 20-20 as a starter, while going 773 of 1300 for 9,984 passing yards. He also had 57 touchdowns and 33 interceptions.

Prior to violating the league’s personal conduct policy, he spent the first six years with the Atlanta Falcons after being their No. 1 overall pick in the 2001 NFL Draft. He spent a year each with the New York Jets and the Pittsburgh Steelers to end his career.

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