Grace College graduate Stephen Copeland has co-authored a book entitled “Finally Free” about the life of Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick.
The book, which is a memoir of Vick’s life including his time in prison for being convicted of dogfighting charges, is due to be released Sept. 4. Copeland co-authored the book with Brett Honeycutt.
Copeland currently works as a staff writer and columnist for Sports Spectrum Magazine, a national, faith-based publication. Honeycutt is managing editor of Sports Spectrum. The book’s foreword was written by former Indianapolis Colts head coach Tony Dungy, who has served as a mentor for Pro Bowler Vick.
Copeland served as Sports Information Co-Director while attending Grace and also played for the Lancer golf team.