Agent: Lot of teams interested in Vick

Aug 11, 2009 Full story: TulsaWorld.com - Sports 96

ASHBURN, Va. a ' Michael Vick's agent says "there are a lot of teams interested" in signing his client.

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southern girl

Hixson, TN

#1 Aug 11, 2009
who do you think you're fooling? omg, he is NOT wanted.
Vick is scum

Barnesville, GA

#2 Aug 11, 2009
southern girl wrote:
who do you think you're fooling? omg, he is NOT wanted.
overrated scum
http://www.PetitionOnline.com/mod_perl/signed...
Teacherz

Barnesville, GA

#3 Aug 11, 2009
the choices Michael Vick made with his millions -- torturing and killing dogs. No, Vick does not get to return to the good life. There are too many like me and my family who will see what football team picks him and watch enough to list the ad products and then we will boycott these products (with letters to companies). Vick and others like him do what they do not because of a hatred for animals, but for the money. So, let money be the tool to show the NFL that Vick needs to find other employment away from pro sports.
GUESS WHO

Ypsilanti, MI

#4 Aug 11, 2009
Isn't this just wonderful news FANTASTIC
Doglover

Barnesville, GA

#5 Aug 11, 2009
Teacherz wrote:
the choices Michael Vick made with his millions -- torturing and killing dogs. No, Vick does not get to return to the good life. There are too many like me and my family who will see what football team picks him and watch enough to list the ad products and then we will boycott these products (with letters to companies). Vick and others like him do what they do not because of a hatred for animals, but for the money. So, let money be the tool to show the NFL that Vick needs to find other employment away from pro sports.
good post
RAIDERBONE

Milpitas, CA

#6 Aug 11, 2009
FOR EVERY JUDGEMENTAL KNUCKLEHEAD WHO THINKS THEY ARE BEYOND GOD AND REFUSE TO GIVE A YOUNG MAN WHO CAN MAKE SOMETHING OUT OF HIS LIFE AFTER MAKING SOME VERY VERY BAD CHOICES EARLY ON--THERE ARE A BUNCH OF US WHO WILL GO THE OPPOSITE DIRECTION. I INTEND, LIKE ONE HECKUVA LOT OF OTHERS, TO FOLLOW THE STORY OF MICHAEL VICK IN HOPES THAT HE CAN TURN HIS YOUNG LIFE AROUND. IT WILL BE A TRIUMPH FOR ALL OF US. AND THOSE WHO WOULD RATHER STEW IN ANGRY SELF-INDULGENT CONDEMNATION--YOU'LL BE WATCHING TOO--HOPING AGAINST HOPE HE'LL SCREW UP. HE WILL NOT.
GUESS WHO

Ypsilanti, MI

#7 Aug 11, 2009
RAIDERBONE wrote:
FOR EVERY JUDGEMENTAL KNUCKLEHEAD WHO THINKS THEY ARE BEYOND GOD AND REFUSE TO GIVE A YOUNG MAN WHO CAN MAKE SOMETHING OUT OF HIS LIFE AFTER MAKING SOME VERY VERY BAD CHOICES EARLY ON--THERE ARE A BUNCH OF US WHO WILL GO THE OPPOSITE DIRECTION. I INTEND, LIKE ONE HECKUVA LOT OF OTHERS, TO FOLLOW THE STORY OF MICHAEL VICK IN HOPES THAT HE CAN TURN HIS YOUNG LIFE AROUND. IT WILL BE A TRIUMPH FOR ALL OF US. AND THOSE WHO WOULD RATHER STEW IN ANGRY SELF-INDULGENT CONDEMNATION--YOU'LL BE WATCHING TOO--HOPING AGAINST HOPE HE'LL SCREW UP. HE WILL NOT.
excellant
Dejaview

Russell Springs, KY

#9 Aug 11, 2009
southern girl wrote:
who do you think you're fooling? omg, he is NOT wanted.
you are right
We are not focused on making Michael Vick a pariah, weíre focused on preventing the promotion and exploitation of a flawed individual as a hero. There are real heroes out there. Michael Vick is not such a person, and to enable him to regain his former hero status completely diminishes the real heroes that do exist.
Nick College Student

Monmouth, OR

#10 Aug 11, 2009
Teacherz wrote:
the choices Michael Vick made with his millions -- torturing and killing dogs. No, Vick does not get to return to the good life. There are too many like me and my family who will see what football team picks him and watch enough to list the ad products and then we will boycott these products (with letters to companies). Vick and others like him do what they do not because of a hatred for animals, but for the money. So, let money be the tool to show the NFL that Vick needs to find other employment away from pro sports.
Yeah, lot of people like you and your family out there with no f'ing life so you just hang onto the past mistakes of another like they owe you something. LMAO
You kids deserve better than to be encouraged to hate when that man has already paid his dues. Get a life man.
Please tell me you are not really a teacher!
Nick College Student

Monmouth, OR

#11 Aug 11, 2009
southern girl wrote:
who do you think you're fooling? omg, he is NOT wanted.
HA! By you maybe. It is simply a matter of time before Vick gets signed...hater.
Dejaview

Russell Springs, KY

#12 Aug 11, 2009
if someone in my field had done the same thing as Vick they would never get another chance. Simply because there are plenty of qualified individuals that don't have this kind of baggage do deal with. I don't get this forget/forgive and all is well with the over paid jerks just because they play a sport. I also don't get the idea that your a biggot if you don't agree with supporting Vick in his pursuit of big money again. This has nothing to do with race and everything to do with character. Hold this players to the same standard as the rest of us.
Nick College Student

Monmouth, OR

#13 Aug 11, 2009
Dejaview wrote:
<quoted text>you are right
We are not focused on making Michael Vick a pariah, weíre focused on preventing the promotion and exploitation of a flawed individual as a hero. There are real heroes out there. Michael Vick is not such a person, and to enable him to regain his former hero status completely diminishes the real heroes that do exist.
LMAO-All individuals/humans are flawed!
Man sins.
Does Vick not deserve the chance to get his life right? Get off your high-horse, you are no saint, period.
Dejaview

Russell Springs, KY

#14 Aug 11, 2009
Vick Practices with High School.
Iím all for the pretending to rehab his image and glad he is trying to put his life back on track. Regardless, he is still a convicted felon and working with high school kids should not be an option this soon after his release. It was reported that the coach that invited Vick out to practice did coach him in high school. Not every coach is able to bring a former nfl player to practice, but a line should be drawn along the lines of, I donít know, maybe inviting a felon. Hopefully some of the kids parents speak up about this.
Article was reported here: http://nbcsports.msnbc.com/id/32288472/ns/spo...

Superintendent Dr. James G. Merrill of Virginia Beach City Public Schools Email is: askthesuperintendent@vbschools .com This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Landstown High Principal Mr. Brian S. Baxter Email is: landshs@vbschools.com
ypayne

Lithonia, GA

#15 Aug 11, 2009
Dejaview wrote:
<quoted text>you are right
We are not focused on making Michael Vick a pariah, weíre focused on preventing the promotion and exploitation of a flawed individual as a hero. There are real heroes out there. Michael Vick is not such a person, and to enable him to regain his former hero status completely diminishes the real heroes that do exist.
How do you know he is not a "real hero"? What is a real hero? Who you you to define or say who can be or cannot be a hero. You should walk lightly. Be careful of yur judgmental spirit. It might come back to haunt you.
NFL SUX

Taylorsville, KY

#16 Aug 11, 2009
Dejaview wrote:
Vick Practices with High School.
Iím all for the pretending to rehab his image and glad he is trying to put his life back on track. Regardless, he is still a convicted felon and working with high school kids should not be an option this soon after his release. It was reported that the coach that invited Vick out to practice did coach him in high school. Not every coach is able to bring a former nfl player to practice, but a line should be drawn along the lines of, I donít know, maybe inviting a felon. Hopefully some of the kids parents speak up about this.
Article was reported here: http://nbcsports.msnbc.com/id/32288472/ns/spo...
Superintendent Dr. James G. Merrill of Virginia Beach City Public Schools Email is: askthesuperintendent@vbschools .com This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Landstown High Principal Mr. Brian S. Baxter Email is: landshs@vbschools.com
OMG this is great.
Nick College Student

Monmouth, OR

#17 Aug 11, 2009
Dejaview wrote:
Vick Practices with High School.
Iím all for the pretending to rehab his image and glad he is trying to put his life back on track. Regardless, he is still a convicted felon and working with high school kids should not be an option this soon after his release. It was reported that the coach that invited Vick out to practice did coach him in high school. Not every coach is able to bring a former nfl player to practice, but a line should be drawn along the lines of, I donít know, maybe inviting a felon. Hopefully some of the kids parents speak up about this.
Article was reported here: http://nbcsports.msnbc.com/id/32288472/ns/spo...
Superintendent Dr. James G. Merrill of Virginia Beach City Public Schools Email is: askthesuperintendent@vbschools .com This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Landstown High Principal Mr. Brian S. Baxter Email is: landshs@vbschools.com
-how, as an uninvolved and simply opinionated individual, do you seem to know whats best for all?...lmao

Maybe the parents think it was great to have a pro teach their kids a thing or two. Maybe the parents see Vick as a role-model for making mistakes, taking responsibility for your own actions, and improving one's life as a result
Maybe not everyone is on your Vick-hating bandwoagon. Maybe. I am uninvolved, so I admit that I don't know jack about it compaired to those who are involved- Vick, NFL, the HS kids, HS kids parents, etc.

Funny how you just assume they feel (or should feel) the same way you do! LMAO
Nick College Student

Monmouth, OR

#18 Aug 11, 2009
NFL SUX wrote:
<quoted text>OMG this is great.
-personally I thought it was one of the most selfish, brainless things I have heard in the last month or two. From your response, you are another band-wagon Vick hater too! Keep clinging to another mans past mistakes... if that helps you not focus on yours...I guess....(shaking head)...
Vick sux

Memphis, TN

#19 Aug 11, 2009
Dejaview wrote:
Vick Practices with High School.
Iím all for the pretending to rehab his image and glad he is trying to put his life back on track. Regardless, he is still a convicted felon and working with high school kids should not be an option this soon after his release. It was reported that the coach that invited Vick out to practice did coach him in high school. Not every coach is able to bring a former nfl player to practice, but a line should be drawn along the lines of, I donít know, maybe inviting a felon. Hopefully some of the kids parents speak up about this.
Article was reported here: http://nbcsports.msnbc.com/id/32288472/ns/spo...
Superintendent Dr. James G. Merrill of Virginia Beach City Public Schools Email is: askthesuperintendent@vbschools .com This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it
Landstown High Principal Mr. Brian S. Baxter Email is: landshs@vbschools.com
It IS great because he shouldn't be around KIDS or animals
CastronDillon

United States

#20 Aug 11, 2009
When Vick's jersey comes out, I encourage every Vick supporter to buy at least 2. Let's show him that we forgive him and support him 100%. Yes, what he did was wrong. And he was tried in our justice system and served his time.

Who are you poeple to say that he shouldn't be allowed back in the NFL? Self-righteous hater-a** trolls!! Most of you griping on here probably aren't avid football fans anyway. You're just mad because Goodell let a man who made/payed for,(waaaaay more than he should have), his mistake, go back to making a sh*t-load more money than you. Go back to your dog park and your cooler full of HATERADE
Nick College Student

Monmouth, OR

#21 Aug 11, 2009
CastronDillon wrote:
When Vick's jersey comes out, I encourage every Vick supporter to buy at least 2. Let's show him that we forgive him and support him 100%. Yes, what he did was wrong. And he was tried in our justice system and served his time.
Who are you poeple to say that he shouldn't be allowed back in the NFL? Self-righteous hater-a** trolls!! Most of you griping on here probably aren't avid football fans anyway. You're just mad because Goodell let a man who made/payed for,(waaaaay more than he should have), his mistake, go back to making a sh*t-load more money than you. Go back to your dog park and your cooler full of HATERADE
-boom. Way to let 'em know. For each and every band-wagon Vick hater, ther is a Vick supporter. Go Vick!!

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