Pittsburgh Steelers running back Michael Vick will participate in Sunday’s Super Bowl LI with the Cleveland Browns, according to multiple reports.
According to ESPN, the Browns, who lost to the Denver Broncos last Sunday, will hold an autograph session with Vick and the quarterback during the halftime show.
The Browns are hoping to be one of the teams to make an appearance during the festivities.
Vick is expected to be in attendance, and he’ll be joined by former Browns quarterback Kevin Hogan, who is a former NFL quarterback.
He’ll also be accompanied by former NFL players, including former quarterback Matt Cassel and former NFL receiver Chris Hogan.
Weeden, who will be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2018, has also been expected to participate.
Weeden was a member of the Browns during their Super Bowl win in 2016.