The Kansas City Chiefs are making last preparations for Super Bowl LVIII on Sunday, where they want to win their third Vince Lombardi Trophy under Patrick Mahomes.
When competing for the world championship, no detail can be forgotten, and the Chiefs will face a tough challenge against the San Francisco 49ers and quarterback Brock Purdy.
While Purdy is not the same running threat as Jalen Hurts, the quarterback the defending champion Chiefs faced in last year's big game,
he is nonetheless incredibly mobile and can take off for substantial yardage when necessary.
According to James Palmer, Kansas City head coach Andy Reid had former star quarterback Michael Vick at his team's practice on Friday.
Vick exemplified today's signal-callers, who can move the chains with their legs as well as hit on precision passes downfield.
He was the No. 1 pick in the 2001 draft, and in his first six professional seasons, all with the Atlanta Falcons, he made the Pro Bowl three times and surpassed 1,000 running yards in 2006.
Of course, Vick's career was nearly wrecked in 2007 when he pled guilty to his role in a dogfighting operation, resulting in a 21-month sentence in federal prison.