Michael Vick: From Dog Killer To Starting QB, It’s His Time To Shine

September 17, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Call it a comeback, or a second chance at life.
Because on Sunday, former convict and current NFL quarterback Michael Vick will get his big break when he is called upon to lead the Eagles in a week 2 match-up against the Detroit Lions, since starting quarterback Kevin Kolb will be sidelined with a concussion.
Now, in his first start since he went to prison for his involvement in an illegal dog fighting ring, Vick will be on the football field, the place where he belongs.
Not long ago Vick was suspended indefinitely without pay from the NFL by commissioner Roger Goodell, hours after pleading guilty to federal charges in his involvement with the Bad Newz Kennels dog fighting investigation.
Not long ago, Vick served 21 month behind bars, but now, he's back.
There is no debating that Vick's actions were not only illegal, but were cruel, and inhumane. Since, Vick has realized his mistakes, and hopefully has learned from them as well. He apologized for his actions, a...

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