“60 Minutes” just announced that Michael Vick will sit down for his first interview since admitting to dogfighting and serving time in prison for the crime.
The interview is not being done by one of the “60 Minutes” regulars, but rather by CBS Sports NFL TODAY anchor James Brown.
The segment will also include interviews with Wayne Pacelle, head of the Humane Society of the U.S., and Tony Dungy, the former NFL coach who will be a special adviser to Vick.
The former Atlanta Falcon’s quarterback was released from federal custody last month and was given a conditional reinstatement to rejoin the NFL.
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