Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick (cq) made a stop in Durham today to speak to students and local residents at the New Horizons alternative school about his mistakes being involved in dogfighting and of second chances in life. Vick, an NFL player who was convicted of dogfighting and sent to prison is playing again and making stops across the 
country to speak out against animal cruelty and of second chances for not only himself but all young people.
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick (cq) made a stop in Durham today to speak to students and local residents at the New Horizons alternative school about his mistakes being involved in dogfighting and of second chances in life. Vick, an NFL player who was convicted of dogfighting and sent to prison is playing again and making stops across the country to speak out against animal cruelty and of second chances for not only himself but all young people. Staff Photo by Harry Lynch
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick (cq) made a stop in Durham today to speak to students and local residents at the New Horizons alternative school about his mistakes being involved in dogfighting and of second chances in life. Vick, an NFL player who was convicted of dogfighting and sent to prison is playing again and making stops across the country to speak out against animal cruelty and of second chances for not only himself but all young people. Staff Photo by Harry Lynch

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