Michael Vick: Why Canceling His Inteview With Oprah Was a Bad Move

February 16, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Just two days after announcing he would appear on the February 24th edition of Oprah, Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick has cancelled the appearance. 
As of yet, very little information has been released as to why the NFL's 2010 Comeback Player of the Year canned this high-profile interview.
Oprah would have been the most prominent person to publicly speak with Vick since he was jailed 21 months in August of 2007 for his involvement in an interstate dog fighting ring. 
The discussion was expected to center on Vick's time in jail, his work with the Humane Society and his return to the NFL.
As a dog lover herself, surely Oprah also would also have asked Vick some tough questions regarding the dog fighting ring and his involvement in the torture and murder of innocent animals.
If that's why Vick pulled out of the interview, it's a huge mistake on his part. If he has any chance of restoring his reputation and credibility with the American publi...

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