Bills WR Owens wants NFL to reinstate...

Bills WR Owens wants NFL to reinstate suspended QB Michael Vick

There are 23 comments on the Chicago Tribune story from Jul 26, 2009, titled Bills WR Owens wants NFL to reinstate suspended QB Michael Vick. In it, Chicago Tribune reports that:

Terrell Owens wants Michael Vick to be reinstated immediately by the NFL , and said any extension of the quarterback's suspension would be similar to "kicking a dead horse." Speaking after the Buffalo Bills training camp practice Sunday morning, the star receiver referred to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell 's handling of Vick's status as "unfair." ...

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Eddie

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#24 Jul 28, 2009
badabing wrote:
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Hey thanks Doobop, if you hadn't copied and pasted the entire damn article, I would have never figure out how to read it.
What a dillweed. LMAO
I knopw right?
http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/tell-hsus-no...
New York

United States

#25 Jul 28, 2009
MarkL5 wrote:
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1. Mike Vick is married and not going to anybody's door to ask anybody's sister out, and in the long run, that's you sister's decision to make not yours.
2. Mike Vick did do his time, but he did not do time for a crime against humanity. There are thousands of Americans who have killed more animals than Mike Vick, and done no time at all for it. In fact, Vick's crime cost him 20 million dollars.
Have you ever lost 20 million bucks, and two years of freedom?
But back to the LEGAL killers of animals in the US... The hunters who kill only to mount Bambi's head over their fireplace for instance.
People like yourself who are outraged by this, must understand that "conditional animal" crime is such a load of hypocracy. If not for Vick's profile, this would have been swept under the rug a long time ago.
Two years of your life and TWENTY MILLION dollars.
As for T.O. I saw the press conference and he was asked directly about Vick's re-instatement. He answered in kind. In fact, his answer was as insightful as any statement made yet by a player, and of the dozens of players who may have been asked on the subject, the one most needed to be heard.
The NFL has re-instated Vick. Now, it is up to the teams to decide if a second chance will be offered. The league decided that Vick has lost enough, was sincere in his appology, they have set their guidelines in place and Vick has one chance to make lemonade from lemons.
Maybe the NFL is the perfect place for him. His handlers will put him into the game. He may get pummeled, batter and bruised. Maybe a few broken bones. They will use him up until there is nothing left but the broken remains of a worn out useless rag. Then when his handlers feel he is no longer "good" enough and not making them enough money they'll toss him aside just like he did to the lives he handled. Very befitting and it couldn't happen to a more deserving POS. Welcome to the game vick.
Melinda

United States

#26 Aug 6, 2009
New York wrote:
<quoted text>Maybe the NFL is the perfect place for him. His handlers will put him into the game. He may get pummeled, batter and bruised. Maybe a few broken bones. They will use him up until there is nothing left but the broken remains of a worn out useless rag. Then when his handlers feel he is no longer "good" enough and not making them enough money they'll toss him aside just like he did to the lives he handled. Very befitting and it couldn't happen to a more deserving POS. Welcome to the game vick.
good point
http://www.petitiononline.com/ridofvic/petiti...

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