Now a spokesman for The Humane Society who talks to kids around the country about the evils of animal cruelty and dog-fighting, Vick’s story of redemption is one of hope for anyone who thought they could never return from a fall from grace. “Finally Free” tells the story from the inside out. The final chapter has yet to be written, of course, but Eagles fans hope the Vick era will end with the Super Bowl championship that’s proven elusive for over two decades. Vick’s supporters simply hope that their faith in his return to respectability wasn’t in vain. As Vick acknowledges, second chances are rare. When you’re a black man in the public eye, they’re almost nonexistent. Vick’s story has proven that they do exist, if you can make the best of them. Watch the trailer for “Finally Free” below.
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