As MICHAEL VICK’s May prison release approaches, the Atlanta Falcons quarterback is starting to make plans for his life outside of the slammer, which he hopes involves returning to football and paying off his growing debt. According to the Atlanta Journal, court filings in his bankruptcy case show that Vick is planning on a successful return to the NFL and a $10 million a year paycheck. In the financial plan submitted to the court, Vick would keep the first $750,000 of his annual income over the next five years and the rest would go to paying off his growing debt. That is, if he’s actually reinstated into the NFL. Vick was suspended indefinitely in 2007, after the details of his involvement in dogfighting were released and NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has yet to lift that suspension.