Michael Vick gives two kids from his Foundation a little laptop lesson near ultra-luxurious pool.
Funny, we wouldn’t have pegged Vick as the PC type.
Beyond his work with young people, Vick also plans to pursue charitable efforts with The Humane Society of the United States.
Talk about a pay cut. Vick’s new job will pay $10 per hour. His former contract with the Atlanta Falcons? $130 million.
Vick has stayed holed up in his house while serving his sentence, and has only recently started to venture out into his backyard.
Hanging out with at-risk kids? Probably a good first step in Vick’s image overhaul.
Neighbors say things have been pretty peaceful (meaning no protestors) since the athlete’s return.
Vick looks like he’s staying in shape. Makes sense—he says his goal is to eventually re-enter the NFL.
Ok, Michael. Let’s let someone else have a turn on the computer already.
“Are you there, NFL? It’s me, Michael Vick.”
Vick relaxes on the couch with his young daughter London—who looks less-than-thrilled about getting her picture taken.
In case you didn't notice throughout the gallery Michael Vick is wearing his probation ankle bracelet.
House arrest isn’t exactly torture for former NFL player Michael Vick. The athlete is serving out his 60-day sentence in style at his Hampton, Virginia estate.
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