Michael Vick needed a job. The Pittsburgh Steelers needed a backup quarterback.
One solid workout solved both problems.
The Steelers signed the four-time Pro Bowler to a one-year deal on Tuesday night, hopeful there's enough game left in the 35-year-old's still dangerous legs to provide the defending AFC North champions some insurance should something happen to Ben Roethlisberger.
"There's not a throw on the field he can't make from an arm strength standpoint," Pittsburgh Coach Mike Tomlin said. "He's a very experienced guy at what he does at this point in his career and the mobility is still unique even at 35."
Vick spent 2014 with the New York...