Former NFL football star Michael Vick will be a free agent after two years with the Indianapolis Colts, an agent said Wednesday.
Vick will become an unrestricted free agent, and his agent, Tom Condon, said his client is still a part of the Colts organization.
Vick was released by the Colts last month.
Condon also said Vick was interested in a return to the NFL.
Cordono also said his clients will be able to sign with any other team and they will not have to compete with other players for a roster spot.
Vick, a six-time Pro Bowl selection, signed a three-year deal with the Colts in January.
The former Carolina Panthers quarterback was a two-time Super Bowl champion with the team.
Vick had been trying to reach a long-term contract with the NFL since March after his release from Carolina.
Vick played two seasons with the Carolina Panthers and was released before the 2015 season.
Vick signed a two year, $22 million deal with Jacksonville last month, a deal that included a $10 million signing bonus.