It looks like fans won’t be seeing Michael Vick take the field one last time.
Earlier in the week, a report from Reuters indicated that the former No. 1 draft pick would play in the Fan Controlled Football (FCF) league, making his first appearance in an organized football game since 2015.
However, the 41-year-old would take to Twitter and dismiss that notion, saying that he will not unretire and instead remain on the sidelines.
“I hung ’em up in 2015 never to return again,” Vick tweeted Sunday. “Had an amazing time and accomplished so much. I say that to say, they’re going to stay hung up and I will not be coming out of retirement.
“I appreciate the opportunity to play but I’d rather put my executive hat on with the little ownership that I have!”
Fan Controlled Football is an eight-team league that began last year and features seven-on-seven gameplay.
Michael Vick last played in 2015 as a member of the Pittsburgh Steelers before officially retiring from the National Football League in 2017.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.