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Quarterback Michael Vick went to prison for 18 months for running a dog-fighting ring before getting signed by the Eagles in 2009.
In 2007, Vick was quarterback for the Atlanta Falcons when he was charged with federal felony crimes for running a large dog ring that trained pit bulls to fight against one another.
The Global Animal reports that more than 70 dogs were seized from his property by authorities and Vick later pled guilty to conspiracy charges and served 18 months in prison.
Upon release, he worked hard to get signed by the Philadelphia Eagles in 2009. Vick has clawed his way out of debt and currently has his own show, The Michael Vick Project, on BET.