One of Michael Vick’s homes is to be auctioned on March 10, as part of his bankruptcy proceedings. I guess he wants his finances all tidied up before he starts getting the paychecks with all the zeroes again:
Vick is scheduled to be released from federal custody July 20.
The suspended Atlanta Falcons quarterback has said in court papers that he expects to resume his NFL career after his release.
There is already lots of buzz over who might be the lucky team to snatch Vick up:
San Francisco coach Mike Singletary said Vick deserves the chance to play in the league, and believes he will be successful if he returns.
The Minnesota Vikings are reportedly interested in Vick as well. Vick may be transferred to a halfway house in Newport News, VA any day now.
As for the multi-million dollar home on the auction block:
Funari Realty, the company marketing the property, described it in an Internet listing as a “stunning custom home with priceless lake views.” It features a majestic, two-story foyer with a double curved staircase. Other amenities include an in-home theater, a workout room with sauna, an elevator, a full bar, two outdoor fireplaces and a four-car garage.
No word on whether Vick had built a stunning, custom dog killing area on the property.