Mora: Vick 'paid his debt', let him b...

Mora: Vick 'paid his debt', let him back in NFL

There are 47 comments on the Fox Sports story from Jun 10, 2009, titled Mora: Vick 'paid his debt', let him back in NFL. In it, Fox Sports reports that:

Mora, who coached Vick when he was the Atlanta Falcons ' quarterback, said Wednesday during the Seahawks ' mandatory minicamp: "I believe he's paid his debt to society." But Mora said Seattle won't be adding any quarterbacks.

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Beverly

United States

#47 Aug 2, 2009
Doglover wrote:
By our count, The 6 teams that have showed nothing remotely close to bravery or leadership on this issue are and might therefore be considering picking up Michael Vick are:
Baltimore Ravens or on twitter
Green Bay Packers or on twitter
Carolina Panthers (Whose home state experienced a murder that might be related to the Michael Vick gambling ring) or email [email protected]
Pittsburgh Steelers or contact or by email at [email protected] (note the Steelers almost came off this list but their non-answer doesnít give them any points for being brave enough to stand up against violent criminals)
San Diego Chargers or on twitter or contact them here or comment on their new blog
Cleveland Browns or on twitter
So in addition if you want to protest some actual teams in addition to the NFL and Roger Goodell, these are the teams that just donít seem to get it.
good information to pass on
http://www.petitiononline.com/ridofvic/petiti...
justin donotcare

Seattle, WA

#48 Aug 2, 2009
some of these football players are bred to supply us this entertaining and brutal sport ever since they were children. and the injuries that they have to endure to play this sport or any sport. It all starts when they were kids. Because they are faster and stronger. I know it does not give any right to act the way a small percentage of these athletes act. but is there any irony to how some people are so disgusted with dogfighting and watch sports like football hockey or boxing when it is done practically the same way but with kids. yes there is free will amongst human beings but this is all they know because this is all they were taught since they were children. which is why Vick is still trying to play.........
a survey was out that said that the average american would more likely stop to help a hurt animal rather than help a hurt person on the side of the road
bulldog

Tampa, FL

#49 Aug 2, 2009
Dizzy Lizzy wrote:
<quoted text>And Michael Vick is a true American hero. Get used to hearing his name. He'll be in uniform soon.
wow the standards for being an American hero have really been lowered. a slap in the face to all the people who fight for your freedoms.
Rachael

United States

#50 Aug 2, 2009
justin donotcare wrote:
some of these football players are bred to supply us this entertaining and brutal sport ever since they were children. and the injuries that they have to endure to play this sport or any sport. It all starts when they were kids. Because they are faster and stronger. I know it does not give any right to act the way a small percentage of these athletes act. but is there any irony to how some people are so disgusted with dogfighting and watch sports like football hockey or boxing when it is done practically the same way but with kids. yes there is free will amongst human beings but this is all they know because this is all they were taught since they were children. which is why Vick is still trying to play.........
a survey was out that said that the average american would more likely stop to help a hurt animal rather than help a hurt person on the side of the road
BS, people get hit by cars and go to the hospital. Dogs are left dead in the road all the time. no such survey was held. But if Vick and a dog were hit by a car you bet I wouldn't help HIM
bulldog

Tampa, FL

#51 Aug 2, 2009
justin donotcare wrote:
some of these football players are bred to supply us this entertaining and brutal sport ever since they were children. and the injuries that they have to endure to play this sport or any sport. It all starts when they were kids. Because they are faster and stronger. I know it does not give any right to act the way a small percentage of these athletes act. but is there any irony to how some people are so disgusted with dogfighting and watch sports like football hockey or boxing when it is done practically the same way but with kids. yes there is free will amongst human beings but this is all they know because this is all they were taught since they were children. which is why Vick is still trying to play.........
a survey was out that said that the average american would more likely stop to help a hurt animal rather than help a hurt person on the side of the road
Are you comparing dog fighting and pee wee sports?
Nick

United States

#52 Aug 2, 2009
WTF?
Georgia BD

Atlanta, GA

#53 Aug 2, 2009
bulldog wrote:
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wow the standards for being an American hero have really been lowered. a slap in the face to all the people who fight for your freedoms.
You are so right
http://www.officialvickdogchewtoy.com/images/...

this guy isn't mad at Mike

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