Vick Hits “Core” With Another Endoresement

Michael Vick might not be getting paid as a football player right now but at least the endorsments keep rolling in.

Vick has landed another endorsement deal.

The Eagles' star QB will be pitching a performance wristband. He signed with Lutte Licensing Group, maker and distributor of Core Synergy, a titanium-infused silicone wristband.

"Everyone welcome my new business partner @core_synergy to twitter & go to for more info on this great product," Vick tweeted Monday.

In January, Vick signed a two-year contract with Unequal Technologies, a provider of the football pads he wore most of last season.

Vick was once the NFL's highest-paid player, endorsing many products during his six seasons with the Atlanta Falcons. But Vick lost everything following his 2007 arrest and conviction on dogfighting charges, for which he served 18 months in federal prison.

He returned to the NFL in 2009 and was The Associated Press comeback player of the year in 2010 after leading the Eagles to the NFC East crown.

Vick also has some NFL company representing the wristbands. Steelers center Maurkice Pouncey and Packers linebacker A.J. Hawk are amongst the athletes promoting Core Synergy.

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