10 Remarkable Career Comebacks

FALCONS VICK

MICHAEL VICK:  After serving 18-months of a 23-month prison sentence for operating a dog-fighting ring, the former Atlanta Falcons star scored a one-year deal, with a one-year option, as quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles. Vick's involvement in Bad Newz Kennels cost him endorsements with big names such as Nike, a large fan base and his reputation. After being released from prison, the man formerly known as the league's highest paid player worked a $10-an hour construction job, then switched over to assisting in children's health and fitness programs at the Boys and Girls Clubs. Now, two years later, Vick has just completed a successful season with the Eagles and is a prospective free agent.

MICHAEL VICK: After serving 18-months of a 23-month prison sentence for operating a dog-fighting…

**FILE**Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick (7) watches from the sidelines at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta in this Aug. 31, 2006, file photo. A federal grand jury indicted Vick Tuesday in an investigation into illegal dog fighting. (AP Photo/FILE, Ric Feld)