Michael Vick Reinstated By NFL

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A window of opportunity for Michael Vick to return to the NFL is open.

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    New Vick scandal?

    See:

    http://notionscapital.wordpress.com/2009/07/29/michael-vick-fighting-fish-scandal/

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    I have a great idea for a sport for him to play. He gets released on a track and gets chased by 10-20 starving pit bulls. Winner takes all.

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    Every time i see his face i think of the despicable person he is.
    Surely their is thousands of young talented athletes you could get.
    Write him off - the football fans have. I wont be watching football if he is on any team.

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    I pity all the players on any team that Vick may play on. These players have worked extremely hard to get to where they are today. Vick will be like a circus sideshow. The booing and chanting will follow Vick everywhere, and will be a complete distraction for the entire team.

    Goodell took the easy way out. The real decision needs to be made by the team owners, and fans.

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    Michael Vick should be content to live on the fringes of society, not expect to be rewarded with millions of dollars and fans. He has crossed a line that no human should cross. If a serial killer or child rapist had been released from prison, no one would be lining up to give him his chance now that he "paid his debt to society."

    You don't torture and kill innocent, emotional beings without regret unless you are sociopathic. I am sure he regrets being caught. Not so sure he regrets doing monstrous things.

    That people are making excuses for this sick individual says something about our relationship with sports and fame. To hell with the NFL. They have lost a fan for life.




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