Monday, July 23, 2012


Much of Micheal Vick’s autobiography, Michael Vick: Finally Free, may have been written during the 458 days he was imprisoned at Leavenworth, after being convicted of conducting dog fights.

The book:

. . .chronicles Michael's days growing up in a poverty-stricken neighborhood where he began playing football, his success on the field in high school and college, and his rise to stardom in the NFL. The book shows us how a young, gifted athlete's life spiraled out of control under the glare of money and fame.

The book will be available in early September.

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