During the four-year period, Vick had income of about $31 million from his Eagles salary, endorsements and business ventures, TMZ said, citing the documents.
Vick paid out a total of $29.6 million — $10.9 million in taxes, $9.2 million to creditors, $2.7 million to lawyers and accountants and $6.8 million in child support and living expenses, according to the documents.
The former Atlanta Falcon still has $1.5 million left, TMZ reported, and that’s not counting a new contract he signed with the Eagles last year that is worth a reported $100 million, $40 million of which is guaranteed.
Vick’s financial troubles stem from his dogfighting conviction and 18 months he spent in federal prison from 2007-2009. He signed with the Eagles in 2009.