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Vick wants to play, but what team would risk it? - NFL - Yahoo! Sports

i just seen this on yahoo front page its about Vick and how he is now
I guarantee that a team will pick him up after his release. The NFL is so full of hoodlum it discussing!

[Edit] Just to clarify my Hoodlum Statement.

Jan. 28 Chris Henry Bengals Possession of a concealed firearm, improper exhibition of a firearm, aggravated assault with a firearm
Feb. 12 Terry "Tank" Johnson Bears Aggravated assault, resisting arrest (Charges were dropped.)
March 26 Dhani Jones Eagles Failure to obey a lawful command
April 14 Shaun Phillips Chargers Suspicion of obstructing or resisting an officer in the performance of his duty (No charges were filed.)
April 21 Steve Foley Chargers Resisting arrest, drunken driving
April 23 Ricky Manning Jr. Bears Assault
April 23 Maurice Jones-Drew Jaguars Assault (Charge was dismissed.)
April 23 Tyler Ebell Bears Assault (Charge was dropped.)
May 12 Reuben Droughns Browns Domestic assault (Case was dropped.)
May 26 Cory Rodgers Packers Unlawfully carrying a weapon and discharging a firearm
June 3 Chris Henry Bengals DUI
June 3 A.J. Nicholson Bengals Burglary, grand theft, vandalism
June 14 Chris Henry Bengals Providing alcohol to three underaged females
June 19 Santonio Holmes Steelers Domestic violence and assault (Judge dismissed charges.)
June 20 Jabar Gaffney Patriots Unlawful possession of a handgun
June 21 Frostee Rucker Bengals Vandalism, spousal battery
June 23 Cortland Finnegan Titans DUI
July 22 Matthias Askew Bengals Disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, failure to comply with a police officer's order, obstructing justice (Acquitted Aug. 24.)
July 22 John Gilmore Bears Trespassing, resisting arrest, possession of drug paraphernlia, possession of less than 2.5 grams of marijuana
Aug. 5 Eric Steinbach Bengals Boating under the influence
Aug. 6 Barrett Brooks Steelers Fleeing and eluding, reckless driving, driving at an unsafespeed and other traffic violations
Aug. 25 Adam "Pacman" Jones Titans Disorderly conduct, public intoxication
Aug. 15 Koren Robinson Vikings Drunken driving
Sept. 2 Brian Williams Jaguars Drunken driving
Sept. 3 Steve Foley Chargers DUI
Sept. 25 Odell Thurman Bengals Drunken driving
Sept. 26 Terrence Kiel Chargers Transporting a controlled substance; possession for sale of a controlled substance (codeine-based cough syrup)
Oct. 3 B.J. Sams Ravens DUI (second DUI in 14 months)
Oct. 9 Markus Curry Chargers Domestic assault
Oct. 21 Rob Reynolds Titans Domestic violence, assault
Oct. 22 Bobby McCray Jaguars Reckless driving, possession of a controlled substance (The drug charge was dropped.)
Oct. 26 Adam "Pacman" Jones Titans Assault
Nov. 11 Khalif Barnes Jaguars DWI
Nov. 11 Marcus Coleman Cowboys DWI
Nov. 14 Fred Weary Texans Resisting arrest (Judge dismissed the charge.)
Nov. 19 Antonio Bryant 49ers DWI, reckless driving, resisting arrest
Nov. 27 Cletis Gordan Chargers Suspicion of DWI
Nov. 28 Adrian Jones Jets DWI
Dec. 3 Reggie McNeal Bengals Resisting arrest and drug possession
Dec. 9 Deltha O'Neal Bengals DWI
Dec. 14 Terry "Tank" Johnson Bears Possession of a firearm without proper identification
 

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I saw a story like that the other day. Its funny how he think he can just go back to his "job" once out of prison. I think we should all be there next July 20 with our dogs and be drinking a bottle of wine with his former dogs pictures are on to show him our support!
 

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C'mon I say let him play. Under one stipulation though. If he loses a game pit bull owners get to either drown him, electrocute him, hang up, or pick him up over our heads and slam him on the concrete like he did to those poor dogs who lost a fight.
 

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good point coletrain. I know there have been alot of players in legal trouble but i think Vick will have a little harder time because America loves dogs i think whoever picks him may have some trouble with fans who come to the games and taunt him (deserved) protest the team cause some sort of ruckus...i think the nfl may have that in their minds and that may close his team choices down a bit. the other players did bad things but not to the degree Vick did and to innocent living beings. whether or not he was personally involved with the torture of the animals he financed it and that is a fact people know it and he will be hated by most people and i think that will hurt which ever team is unlucky enough to end up with him
 

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yeah but alot of those charges up top were domestic violence also..., either which way, they should all not be able to play if u have such a wonderful chance in life and get millions of dollars to play a game, yet your stupid and willing to blow the chance when millions of others wish they had your shoes.
 

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We're talking about the NFL here, if they let Vick play it will bring more attention.

I guess I should ask, how many of you football fans would stop watching NFL football if Michael Vick is let back in? Or not watch any games that involve the team he plays for?
 

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i wouldnt stop watching football because of him i wouldnt watch games that involve the team that picks him up. also my husband and i collect football cards and if we got any of his new ones they would go straight to Peanut...just like we did before when we would get them we would give them to my dads apbt they make good chew toys for a few seconds :)

your right the NFL loves publicity they will let him back for the attention.
 
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