Vick's New Job: Construction Worker

By Harry Kimball,  Newser Staff
Posted Apr 2, 2009 5:12 PM CDT
Vick's New Job: Construction Worker
The home of former Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick in Duluth, Ga. will be auctioned off to pay his debts.   (AP Photo)

Lawyers for Michael Vick say the incarcerated football player “is going to turn a new leaf,” the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. In bankruptcy court in Virginia today, one of Vick’s attorneys said the convicted dogfighter has a $10-an-hour construction job lined up for him when he gets out of prison in a few months. Vick's agent testified that he could be back in the NFL in September, which would go a long way toward helping him settle with creditors. (Read more Michael Vick stories.)

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