If I Didn't Not Kill No Dogz: The Life & Crimes of Mike Vick

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Looks like former Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick is following in O.J. Simpson's footsteps by shopping a book about his rise from poverty to stardom and the misadventures that landed one of football's greatest talents behind bars.

A proposed memoir of Vick's rise from poverty to stardom would likely be an attempt to show the NFL that he's sorry enough to be let back in the league.

Vick is due to be granted early release from federal prison this year after being convicted in a dogfighting probe. He'll have served nearly two years.

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Will the NFL give Michael Vick another chance?

Sounds crazy, but if he can still play, it's pretty to remaining suspended forever... just ask Pacman Jones. That guy always turns up again on some team no matter how many thugz get shot when he decides to makes it rain.

There's still hope, Michael Vick!

Lucky for him. Apparently he's a real high-roller with bills to pay and a shortage of cash. The license plate factory doesn't have the cachet it once did. Gotta get cracking!

Whomever ghostwrites Vick's memoir has a difficult task ahead to make him appear sympathetic, but hey, at least he didn't kill two people and rob another like O.J.

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Michael Vick is the troubled, former quarterback of the Atlanta Falcons of the NFL, and a former All-American at Virginia Tech. The man... More »
Born
Birthplace
Newport News, Virginia
Full Name
Michael Dwayne Vick