Leavenworth, KS: Former Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick has been released from the federal prison in Leavenworth, Kansas, and will finish the last two months of his 23 month sentence for dogfighting under home confinement. Vick will travel to Hampton, Virginia, and is to begin working for a construction firm while waiting to hear whether or not the NFL plans to reinstate him after placing him on indefinite suspension after his conviction nearly two years ago.
Reportedly, Vick’s first plan is to stop at a pet store and see if he can locate a canine companion.
“It’s going to be lonely,” stated Vick, referring to being placed under house arrest. “I’m going to need a friend.”