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Michael Vick: 'I Wouldn't Change Anything In My Life If I Could' (VIDEO)

04/15/2011 08:45 am 08:45:24 | Updated Jun 15, 2011

Michael Vick, who served 18 months in prison and two months of home confinement after pleading guilty to running a dogfighting operation, said that he wouldn't change anything about his past.

In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, the Philadelphia Eagles star quarterback said he is happy with who he turned out to be.

"I wouldn't change anything about my life if I could," he said. "As crazy as this may sound, going to prison really changed my life. I was able to go in and come out with a plan."

He also addressed his critics and said that some people will never forget what he did, but "that's just the reality of the situation" he created for himself.

Vick had an incredible season with the Eagles, earning the starting role early in the season and leading the team to an NFC East title.

In February, the Associated Press awarded him with the 2010 NFL Comeback Player of the Year.

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