The Philadelphia Eagles announced today that quarterback Michael Vick has signed a restructured deal that will pay him up to $10 million in 2013.
The reason Vick’s deal is worth “up to” $10 million is so the Eagles can protect themselves in case things don’t work out. It’s a deal that is incentive laden to force him to prove that he can stay healthy and stop turning the ball over.
The Vick deal is worth "up to" $10 million, but is stocked with incentives. He'll get what he earns, basically.
— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) February 11, 2013