Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick has been indicted on charges related to illegal dog fighting.
A federal grand jury in Richmond, Virginia has indicted Vick and three others on charges of violating federal laws against competitive dog fighting.
They're also charged with procuring and training pit bulls for fighting and conducting dog fighting across state lines.
The indictment alleges Vick and the co-defendants began sponsoring dog fighting in early 2001, Vick's rookie year with the Atlanta Falcons.
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