A major development on July 30 in the government's case against NFL star Michael Vick.
Tony Taylor, one of Vick's co-defendants in the federal dogfighting case, has entered a guilty plea.
The 34-year-old Taylor struck a deal with prosecutors and has agreed to cooperate fully with them.
That means he could become a star witness against Vick. Taylor is scheduled to be sentenced in December.
Last week, Vick entered a not guilty plea. His trial is set to begin November 26.