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Michael Vick

His story
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Trey DelGreco

on 12 April 2011

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Michael Vick: Hero to
Zero and Back 23 months in prison
Fund the necessary care for his dogs An estimated $100M in
endorsements and salary
A 10-year $130M contract with Falcons (forfeited last 7 years)
The respect of the NFL, the Falcons organization, and his fans
Filed Bancruptcy in July '08
Restarted career from scratch Life Before Scandal Consequences Bad News Kennels Introduced to dogfighting at 8 years old.
Grew up in rough area, and was friends with many known criminals Life Today Thriving in the NFL
Landed first endorsement since trial in Jan. 2011: Unequal Technologies (Soloman)
Currently under a 1-year contract with the Philadelphia Eagles Trial Lied at first, pleaded not guilty July 26 '07
July 19, '07- Mike Suspends Vick's product
Aug 27 '07- plead guilty
Nov 19 '07- started prison term early
Dec 10 '07- sentenced to 23 months
May 21 '09- Released form prison due to overcrowding
Aug '09- Signs with the Eagles
(CBS News) Adult Reputation Lazy
Loose with his Money
Took his life for granted
All-world athlete Endorsements Sentence What He Lost The "Vick"tory Dogs Little Red Adopted by Best Friends
Was a "bait dog" at Bad Newz
Used as target practice for stronger dogs
(Rebecca) Uba and Johnny Justice The Raid of 1915 Moonlight Rd April 25, 2007
Police found Brownie, the yard man, who disclosed the details of "Bad Newz"
They also found some marijuana and a few guns (Gorant, 35)
Found eight recently dead dogs buried in the back yard.
Lead to a second warrant which allowed them to later rescue 66 dogs, 53 were pit bulls Vick's first public explanation: "I'm never at the house. I left the house with my family members and my cousin. They just haven't been doing the right thing. It's unfortunate that I have to take the heat. If I'm not there, I don't know what's going on. It's a call for me to really tighten down on who I'm trying to take care of. When it all boils down, people will try to take advantage of you and leave you out to dry. Lesson learned for me." (Gorant, 45) The Operation "Vick would be the money man and (Quanis) Phillips would oversee the operation while (Tony) Taylor took care of the dogs" (Gorant, 30).

Bought a kennel license and housed others' dogs to disguise their operation as a "breeding businness" (Gorant, 31). Career Personal Life Leads anti-dogfighting campaigns
Works hard to regain the respect of his fans and teammates. Resources Solomon, Jesse. "Michael Vick Signs First Endorsement
Deal - Jan. 26, 2011." Business, Financial, Personal Finance News - CNNMoney.com. 26 Jan. 2011. Web. 11
Apr. 2011. <http://money.cnn.com/2011/01/26/news/companies/michael_vick_endorsement/index.htm>. Knoblauch, Austin. "Nike: No Endorsement Deal with Michael Vick. The Fabulous Forum. Los
Angeles Times." 1 Oct. 2009. Web. 11 Apr. 2011.
<http://latimesblogs.latimes.com/sports_blog/2009/10/michael-vick-will-not-endorse-nike.html>. Nike: $2M
Rawlings
Kraft
Upper Deck
numerous others 1915 Moonlight Rd.
Smithfield, VA Pit Bull Terriers, now live together in San
Fransisco, CA
Both made full recoveries through the Best Friends organization and live very happy lives (Rebecca) Georgia Appeared on the Ellen Degeneres Show and on ESPN to raise awareness of the VIck case (Rebecca) Rebecca. "Updates on Our Vicktory Dogs." Best Friends Animal Society Home Page. 31 Jan. 2011.
Web. 12 Apr. 2011. <http://www.bestfriends.org/vickdogs/>. Gorant, Jim. The Lost Dogs: Michael Vick's Dogs and Their Tale of Rescue and
Redemption. New York: Gotham, 2010. Print. "Vick Dogfighting Case Interactive Timeline - CBS News." Breaking News Headlines: Business, Entertainment
& World News - CBS News. Web. 12 Apr. 2011.
<http://www.cbsnews.com/elements/2007/07/26/in_depth_sports/timeline3099127.shtml>.
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