Michael Vick has reached a plea agreement in his dogfighting case.
Vick's lawyer isn't disclosing any details though.
He also won't say how much time the Atlanta Falcons quarterback can expect to serve in prison.
In Virginia, Attorney Billy Martin announced Vick has agreed to plead guilty to federal dogfighting conspiracy charges.
The offense could put Vick in prison for up to five years and cost him a $250,000 fine.
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