NFL superstar Quarterback Michael Vick will not admit to killing dogs or gambling on dog fights when he enters a guilty plea in court on Monday.
According to ESPN.com Vick will admit that he was present when the dogs were killed, but that he did not personally kill them.
The source also says that Vick will plead guilty to the charge of interstate commerce for the purpose of dog fighting.
Three co-defendants have already pleaded guilty and were expected to testify against Vick if the case went to trial.
Vick faces up to 5 years in jail.
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