Former NFL quarterback Michael Vick listed his mailing address in his 2008 bankruptcy filing as Leavenworth, the federal prison in Kansas where he was detained at the time. The bankruptcy filing -- which came a year after he pleaded guilty to a conspiracy charge related to running a dog-fighting ring -- was expected after his career was interrupted by the 23-month sentence. Nine years later, however, there’s something atypical about this bankruptcy case: Vick has paid back about 99% of the money owed to creditors. “It’s not too often you can recover and distribute this much value in a Chapter 11,” Joseph Luzinski, the liquidation trustee who has overseen disbursements to creditors since 2009, said in a statement.