By Annie Ross
Former Eagles quarterback Michael Vick is trying a new field:
A flag football league that is testing out the concept in a game next month.
The American Flag Football League, which aims to launch eight league-owned franchises in 2018, is hosting a game featuring Vick and former NFL running back Justin Forsett at Avaya Stadium in San Jose, California, on June 27.
The games will be played 7-on-7 on a full 100-yard football field with 60 minutes of game time.
Vick had ankle surgery last month, but has committed to being a quarterback for one of the teams. He is also an adviser for the league, along with several other former NFL players, including Isaiah Kacyvenski, Rob Konrad and Donovin Darius.