“E:60”: Michael Vick’s Dogs, Dwayne Goodrich, Alex Ovechkin And Kim Ng

By Ryan

Pieces featured in the April 21 (7pm ET) edition of ESPN’s sports newsmagazine series E:60:

The Vick DogsE:60 correspondent Tom Farrey explores the fate of the 49 pit bulls confiscated on the property of the suspended NFL quarterback, who is serving a 23-month prison sentence for dog fighting. E:60 cameras travel to an animal sanctuary in southern Utah where some of the fighting pit bulls are being rehabilitated, and into homes in California where many of the less abused pit bulls now live — in some cases with families that have small children.

Former Dallas Cowboy Dwayne Goodrich’s Fateful NightE:60’s Jeremy Schaap gained unprecedented access to and has the first television interview with former Fiesta Bowl MVP and Dallas Cowboy Dwayne Goodrich in the Texas prison where he is serving a 12-and-a-half year sentence. Goodrich left the scene of a deadly highway accident January 14, 2003, when a car he was driving slammed into and killed two good Samaritans who were trying to rescue the driver of a burning car on Interstate 35 in Dallas.

Also in the episode are features on NHL star Alex Ovechkin, and Kim Ng, who is poised to become the first female general manager in Major League Baseball.

Video preview of the Vick Dogs segment. Caution: Contains graphic images of dogs fighting.

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