Suspended NFL quarterback Michael Vick will find out in December what prison sentence -- if any -- he will face after a judge accepted his plea agreement Monday to a federal dogfighting conspiracy charge.
Shortly after he entered his guilty plea, Vick apologized "for all the things that I've done and that I've allowed to happen."
In addition to making apologies to Atlanta Falcons teammates, his coach and the National Football League, Vick also said he was sorry "to all the young kids out there for my immature acts." Read full article »
CNN's Rusty Dornin contributed to this report.