Former NFL quarterback Michael Vick has agreed to pay nearly $1 million for the care of about 54 pit bulls found on his property during a dogfighting raid.
His lawyer William R. Martin said in court documents that Vick will deposit $928,073.04 by Friday to an escrow account.
The money is "to be used to pay whatever restitution money is ultimately ordered in this case," states the document, known as a consent order. Read full article »
CNN's Eric Fiegel contributed to this report.