Monday was marked as the first day of the rest of Mike Vick’s life as his federal dog-fighting sentence ended and he was released from custody.
Vick hopes to soon meet with NFL Commissioner, Roger Goodell, who said he would review Vick’s status after he completed his sentence. If Vick is able to return to the NFL, he won’t be a Atlanta Falcon, they released him in June.
Vick, who was once the NFL’s highest paid player, worked a ten dollar an hour construction job then switched last month to assisting in children health programs, while on home confinement.
Vick will remain on probation for a total of three years. He is also said to be under a three years suspended sentence for a state dog-fighting conviction.