has a $600,000 deal to make an unscripted documentary of his life when he gets out this summer.
Vick is currently serving a 23-month sentence for his role in a dogfighting conspiracy. He's scheduled to be released July 20, when cameras will begin to follow him as he seeks to "make amends for his past," as he has put it.
The suspended Atlanta Falcons quarterback will be turning over a new leaf with a hammer in his hand at a $10-an-hour construction job as tries to get back into the NFL's good graces.
Producers, who apparently courted Vick behind bars, are shopping the series to cable outlets like A and Spike TV.
| Lisa Gutierrez, The Star