July 30, 2007
Taylor changes his plea to guilty and agrees to cooperate with the prosecution of Vick and the other two men.
Aug. 17, 2007
Peace and Phillips plead guilty and implicate Vick in bankrolling gambling on dogfights. One says the quarterback helped drown or hang dogs that didn't do well.
Aug. 23, 2007
Vick signs plea agreement and statement of facts admitting to conspiracy in a dogfighting ring and helping to kill pit bulls. He denies betting on the fights, only bankrolling them.
Aug. 24, 2007
Commissioner Roger Goodell suspends Vick indefinitely without pay from the NFL.
Aug. 27, 2007
Vick pleads guilty to dogfighting conspiracy before U.S. District Judge Henry Hudson. At a news conference, Vick apologizes for "using bad judgment and making bad decisions. I offer my deepest apologies to everyone. And I will redeem myself. I have to.''
Nov. 20, 2007
Vick surrenders to U.S. marshals and begins serving his sentence in a Virginia jail 3 weeks before his official sentencing.
Dec. 10, 2007
Vick is sentenced to 23 months in federal prison.
Jan. 7, 2008
Vick leaves Virginia to enter a drug-treatment program at a Leavenworth, Kan., minimum-security facility.
Nov. 25, 2008
Vick appears in a Virginia courtroom to plead guilty to a state dogfighting charge and receives a 3-year suspended sentence.
April 3, 2009
Vick testifies in federal bankruptcy court that he has become a changed man and will do all the right things upon his release from prison.
May 20, 2009
After 18 months, Vick is released from the Leavenworth, Kan., prison to begin 2 months of home confinement at his Hampton, Va., home.
July 20, 2009
Vick is released from federal custody after serving his dogfighting term.
July 27, 2009
Vick is conditionally reinstated by Roger Goodell, who says he will consider Vick for full reinstatement by mid-October.
Aug. 13, 2009
Vick agrees to a contract with the Eagles.
Aug. 27, 2009
Vick plays briefly in an exhibition game against Jacksonville. It's his first appearance in an NFL game in nearly 32 months.
Sept. 4, 2009
Goodell says Vick can return for regular-season play on Sept. 27.
Sept. 27, 2009
An emotional Vick gets in for 11 plays, carrying the ball once for 7 yards, throwing two incompletions and either handing off or acting as a decoy on his other eight plays as the Eagles defeat Kansas City, 34-14.
Vick finishes the season having played in 12 games, going 6 of 13 for 86 yards passing and rushing for another 95 yards.
March 9, 2010
Vick says the Eagles have exercised their 2010 option on him, meaning he receives a $1.5 million roster bonus.
June 25, 2010
A co-defendant of Vick's is shot at the quarterback's birthday party in Virginia Beach, Va. Authorities, the NFL and the Eagles investigate.
Aug. 3, 2010
Goodell tells Vick he will not face disciplinary action for the shooting and no charges are pressed against him. There is no change in his playing status with the Eagles.
Sept. 12, 2010
When Kevin Kolb sustains a concussion, Vick replaces him and leads the Eagles in their 27-20, opening-day loss to Green Bay. He's stuffed on a late fourth-down play but finishes with 175 yards passing and rushes for 103.
Sept. 19, 2010
With Kolb out, Vick starts against Detroit, his first time as a starting QB since 2006. He goes 21 of 34 for 284 yards and two TDs, runs for 37 yards, and the Eagles beat the Lions, 35-32.
Sept. 20, 2010
Eagles coach Andy Reid says Kevin Kolb will be the starting quarterback at Jacksonville in the next game, despite Vick's performances the last 2 weeks.
Sept. 21, 2010
The Eagles reverse course and announce that Vick is their starting quarterback.