A federal judge has placed tighter restrictions on Michael Vick after he tested positive for marijuana.
The suspended Atlanta Falcons quarterback will not be allowed to leave his home between 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. and has been ordered to submit to random drug testing.
Vick tested positive for marijuana following a september 13th drug test. Because Vick violated the conditions of his release, judge Henry Hudson could take that into consideration during sentencing for Vick's role in a federal dogfighting operation. Sentencing is set for December 10th.