Michael Vick Salary At Fox Sports
At Fox Sports, Michael Vick earns a salary ranging from $700,000 to $1 million. This can be stated from the fact that his co-host, Charissa Thompson, earns $700,000 annually.
The four-time pro bowl winner, Vick, was hired by Fox Sports in 2017. Just before being hired by Fox Sports, Michael worked in the Kansas City Chiefs training camp.
Michael had no whatsoever experience before working with Fox Sports. He tried to follow in the footsteps of footballers before him who joined sports channels after their retirement.
A celebrated player, Michael was not able to win Superbowl in his career that spanned 15 years in NFL. He was embroiled in a huge controversy in 2007, which almost ended his career in NFL.
Vick, who was playing with the Atlanta Falcons at the time, served 18 months in prison for a dogfighting case. If it weren't for that controversy, he might have earned not only a Super Bowl ring but also a higher-level salary with Fox Sports.
Highest Paid Sports Analyst At Fox Sports
|Tom Brady(deal after retirement)||$37.5 million(annually)|
|Michael Stahan||$17 million|
|Skip Bayless||$6.25 million|
|Daryl Johnston||$ 3 million|
|Thom Brennaman||$2 million|
Daryl Johnston, the three-time Super Bowl Champion, earns a salary of $ 3 million from Fox. Recently, Tom Brady, the seven-time Super Bowl Champion, is said to have signed a $375 million contract spanning ten years with Fox Sports.
Another big name in Fox's roaster is Michael Strahan, the New Giants legend who reportedly earns $ 17 million. But unlike these former footballers turned analysts, Vick also faces many legal charges against him.
Vick's $2 million home in South Florida was questioned as he was taken to court by a group of creditors who said that the former player owed them $1.25 million.
At one point, he had become the highest-paid NFL player and had signed a $130 million contract of 10 years with the Falcons, but after his conviction, he was thrown out by the Falcons.
Vick's NFL career ended with Pittsburgh Steelers in 2015 where he earned a salary of just under a million dollars. The stint at FOX Sports has helped Vick stay relevant in NFL.