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quarterback Michael Vick told me his probation ends Friday.
He declined to say much more.
One of the stipulations of Vick's three-year probation after 22 months of incarceration for operating an illegal dog fighting ring was that he not own a dog. This ASPCA statement says it all.
There could be an answer in the autobiography Vick wrote with Brett
Honeycutt and Stephen Copeland.
The book is titled Michael Vick: Finally Free,
The Power of A Second Chance. The forward is by mentor Tony Dungy, the
retired NFL head coach. The authors are Brett Honeycutt and Stephen
Copeland of Sports Spectrum Magazine, a national faith-based
publication. According to the authors it's full of never-before-told
stories about Vick's childhood, career and incarceration.
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