Former Falcons star quarterback Michael Vick wants a bankruptcy judge to let him sell his huge home near Atlanta at auction.
Vick has been trying to sell the eight-bedroom mansion for more than a year. It lists at $4.1 million.
In a financial-disclosure form filed in Newport News, Va., Vick, who’s in prison for two years on an animal-cruelty and dogfighting conviction, told of the auction plans. The statement says that real estate agents have shown the house more than 30 times to potential buyers and have aggressively marketed the property.
Vick's lawyers now would like to sell the house to the highest bidder around Feb. 16.