-- Made in Richmond, Virginia
-- Admits bankrolling gambling on dogfighting.
-- Insists he placed no bets of his own, nor took any winnings.
-- Admits helping kill 6-8 dogs.
-- Atlanta Falcons aren't cutting Vick immediately because of salary-cap issues
-- team intends to pursue $22 million in bonus money that he already received
-- had signed $130 million contract in 2004.
-- Vick suspended indefinitely.
-- Suspension is without pay.
-- Commissioner: conduct illegal, cruel, and reprehensible.
-- Commissioner: gambling admissions violate his NFL contract.
-- Sentencing set for Dec. 10.
-- Judge not bound by recommendation, could give up to 5 years.
-- Judge Henry Hudson has reputation for stiff sentences.
-- "First I want to apologize for all the things that I've done and that I have allowed to happen"
-- "I made a mistake in using bad judgment and making bad decisions."
-- "Dogfighting is a terrible thing."
-- apologized "to all the young kids out there for my immature acts."
" I totally ask for forgiveness and understanding as I move forward to bettering Michael Vick the person, not the football player."
-- "I offer my deepest apologies to everyone. And I will redeem myself. I have to."
-- Began in April with raid on Vick's Virginia home.
-- Dogs and equipment commonly used in dogfighting were found.
-- Some dogs were injured.
-- Federal indictment in July against Vick and 3 others.
-- Charge: interstate dogfighting conspiracy.
-- Vick initially denied any involvement.