The interview, which will air at 7 p.m. on WGCL, features the reformed signal caller discussing his time in jail in Fort Levenworth, Kansas, and how he misses football.
But the highlight is his Mea Culpa, one which Brown said in a later interview aired Thursday on 790 The Zone that he believed.
“I think he is sincere,” Brown said in the recording of Vick.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has granted Vick a conditional reinstatement, that will resume after week six.
And former Indianapolis Colts coach Tony Dungy, who has taken on the mantle of advisor to the troubled quarterback, has predicted a team will sign Vick by the end of the week.