He has failed to pilot the Philadelphia Eagles to a Super Bowl championship, so let's hope Michael Vick has better luck on the way to the altar.
Vick will marry his longtime fiancee Kijafa Frink in a celebrity-filled wedding this summer in South Florida. The New York Post reports the Eagles QB will tie the knot at the legendary Fontainebleau Miami Beach on June 30.
Aside from supporting her future husband's NFL career, Frink co-owns PINK Elephant fashion jewelry store in Philadelphia. The store sells affordable jewelry and women's fashion accessories.
Vick's wedding reportedly will include a handful of important people that helped him rehab his life after a felony conviction for running a dogfighting operation. Vick, 31, originally proposed to his fiancee before going off to jail for two years.
Former Colts coach Tony Dungy, who served as Vick's mentor, Eagles coach Andy Reid and the quarterback's agent Joel Segal are just a few of the bigger names on the wedding guest list.
By the way, the Fontainebleau hosted another well-known athlete's wedding last year. Heat star Chris Bosh tied the knot with Adrienne Williams there in July.
Outside of his upcoming marriage, Vick will look to turn his floundering career around. The Eagles, expected to dominate the NFL, had just a 7-6 record in games Vick started during an injury-filled 2011 season. Vick tossed 18 touchdowns and 14 interceptions in 13 games for Philadelphia.
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