A speedster when starring in the National Football League, Michael Vick can’t seem to outrun his legal — and financial — problems.

Vick — currently serving a 23-month prison sentence in Leavenworth, Kan., after pleading guilty to federal dogfighting charges last year — filed for bankruptcy Monday in the Eastern District of Virginia. The former Atlanta Falcons star tapped Washington, D.C.’s Crowell & Moring and Virginia’s Kaufman & Canoles to handle the bankruptcy proceedings.

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