VICK QUARTERBACKS PRISON FOOTBALL TEAM: Suspended NFL star also washes pots for 12 cents an hour at Leavenworth.
*Suspended Atlanta Falcons star Michael Vick is back on the football field, but his paycheck has gone from millions per year to less than 15 cents an hour.
According to the New York Daily News, the jailed NFL player is the quarterback of his football team at the United States Penitentiary in Leavenworth, Kan, where he is serving a 23-month sentence after pleading guilty to federal dogfighting charges.
Falcons owner Arthur Blank has been communicating by letter with Vick and says the athlete is doing a number of things to help pass the time.
"He is staying in shape," Blank told the Daily News. "Apparently, there was a prison football team and he played quarterback for both sides." Blank also says his star QB is washing pots and pans for 12 cents an hour.
"I just try to be supportive and as understanding as I can be," Blank said. "He talks about the process he is going through and what he has learned, the lessons of life, how he's going to come out a different person. He's sorry he has affected so many people in a negative way — the league, our club, our fans. He feels awful about that. The letters sound quite sincere to me. From a mental standpoint, he sounds good."
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