Most convicted felons don't line up endorsement deals after leaving prison, but none of them can toss a football like Michael Vick.
The Eagles quarterback is close to signing his largest endorsement deal since getting out of the United States Penitentiary in Leavenworth, Kansas.
NFL Network reports the Eagles star is in talks to endorse MusclePharm, via a three-year, $1.55 million deal.
Despite admitting to running an interstate dog fighting ring and killing six to eight dogs, by hanging or drowning, companies are lined up to have Vick help move merchandise.
Vick has slowly been adding endorsements during the NFL work stoppage. A Philadelphia car dealer was first, followed by a wristband company and a return to Nike.
Vick, who filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in July 2008, won't be able to keep all that supplement endorsement money.
The deal would include $100,000 in MusclePharm stock per year, in addition to a base salary of $200,000 in the first two guaranteed years, with $250,000 in the third year. Bonus money is available based on Pro Bowl honors and the Eagles making the postseason and Super Bowl.
Most of that will money is expected to go to creditors under Vick's bankruptcy deal.