Michael Vick’s On-Field Redemption Begins With Work Ethic

September 24, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

For Michael Vick to continue growth as a human being, he must realize one sobering fact: There will be some people who never forgive him for his involvement in Bad Newz Kennels, the brutal dog fighting ring that Vick financed and participated in, which led to his 18-month incarceration. 
In the little more than a year since his release, Vick embarked on a full-court public relations assault in an attempt to get back in the good graces of the American public:  He aligned himself with the NFL equivalent of Bill Cosby in Tony Dungy, who helped broker his two-year contract with the Eagles. Vick then signed on to a BET documentary series where he explored his past and came to grips with his mistakes.
And, with the exception of one nightclub incident, Vick has been nothing but a model citizen since the moment he walked out of jail. 
Feel-good story aside, as Vick completes his ascension to Eagles starting quarterback, it's time for Vick to put personal ...

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