Dungy Says Vick Seeking Another Chance
Former Colts coach Tony Dungy told the Associated Press at a function today in Indianapolis that Michael Vick wants "a chance to recover and move forward."
Dungy recently visited Vick in prison in Leavenworth, Kan., where Vick is serving a 23-month sentence for his role in a dogfighting operation in Virginia.
"I think Michael is just like so many other guys that I have seen, so many other people who are nameless, faceless in that environment," Dungy said, according to the AP. "It's a young man that made a mistake and is looking for a chance to recover and move forward. That's where he is and that's where so many of the men who are here today are."
Dungy was serving as the keynote speaker at a workshop for ex-offenders seeking jobs, according to the AP.
Vick reportedly is to be moved to home confinement in Hampton, Va., next week. He remains on indefinite suspension by the NFL.
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