According to his attorneys, Vick could be released from federal prison and placed in a Virginia halfway house before January ends.
Vick pleaded guilty last month to Virginia state dog-fighting charges helping him avoid more jail time.
The troubled star is scheduled to be released from federal custody on July 20, 2009 leaving time to possibly negotiate a deal to play in the NFL’s 2009 season, granted commissioner Roger Goddell welcomes him back.
Though he missed 2 seasons, Vick is arguably still better than half of the QB’s in the league. He’s athletic and most importantly, he puts fans in the seats.
Several teams should consider making a run at Vick; he could potentially revive a struggling franchise such as the Detroit Lions, San Francisco 49ers and the Kansas City Chiefs.
The question is, which NFL owner is willing to take heat for signing Vick? Don’t know who, but someone will.
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