If twenty three years old sounds a little young for autobiography, perhaps thirty years old makes a little more sense. Especially for someone who has lived and fallen as much Michael Vick.
Vick will release his autobiograhy Michael Vick: Finally Free on July 27, with a foreward from Tony Dungy. Vick’s eagerness to capitalize financially on his remarkable play last year is not a surprise and it’s understandable considering the money he still owes to creditors.
That doesn’t mean the book will be worth reading, although USA Today excerpted an interesting section where Vick admitted a bad habit for lying, even to his defense attorney.
“My propensity for trying to lie my way out of trouble only made my consequences more severe,” Vick wrote.
Vick’s next challenge: Out-sell Tim Tebow.