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Michael Vick Receives Second Endorsement

PHILADELPHIA, PA - JANUARY 09:  Michael Vick #7 of the Philadelphia Eagles scrtambles against B.J. Raji #90 of the Green Bay Packers during the 2011 NFC wild card playoff game at Lincoln Financial Field on January 9, 2011 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  (Photo by Chris Trotman/Getty Images)
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Dan PennwynCorrespondent IMarch 14, 2011

Reports on state that Philadelphia Eagles starting quarterback Michael Vick signed his second endorsement earlier this afternoon.

This time with Lutte Licencing group, the primary maker and distributor of Core Synergy, a titanium-based wristband manufacturer.

The high-tech silicone bracelets feature such things like improved flexibility, better balance, improved muscle stamina and increased core strength.

The wristbands are becoming a trend among professional athletes, and other NFL players like the Pittsburgh Steelers' 2010 first-round pick center Maurkice Pouncey and the Super Bowl champion Green Bay Packers linebacker A.J. Hawk, are also endorsed through Core Synergy.

His first endorsement since his prison release was back in January when he and Unequal Technologies paired up.

Congratulations to Michael Vick on making a complete return to the National Football League armed with a couple of endorsements to back him up.

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