Turns out even guys convicted of running illegal dog-fighting rings get second chances in pro sports. After serving time in federal prison for his crime, former Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick has signed on to play for the Philadelphia Eagles. The onetime fan favorite can immediately take part in pre-season practices, workouts and meetings, ESPN reports; he can also play in the final two pre-season games. Vick hasn't played since 2006, when news of his crime surfaced, shocking fans and leading to NFL suspension. Will Philadelphia fans warm up to the ex-con? Time will tell.