Philadelphia Eagles QB, Michael Vick, has been on a long road of rehabilitation and recovery for his NFL career and reputation.
Vick, who was sentenced to 23 months in a federal prison for his role in a dog-fighting ring visited with Matt Lauer on "The TODAY Show" to promote his autobiography "Michael Vick: Finally Free."
Vick told Lauer in detail about his first experience with dog fighting, which happened at the age of 8 years old at a Virginia housing-project.
Vick was released from prison in 2009, signed by the Eagles that same year, promoted to the starting quarterback in 2010 and soon signed a $100M contract with the Eagles.

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