Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick joined Piers Morgan tonight during his primetime show Piers Morgan Tonight for an interview about his downfall in 2007.
According to Piers Morgan, in his new book “Michael Vick: Finally Free, An Autobiography,” Vick expresses his love of dogs in spite of his fascination with dog fighting and the competition associated with it. Vick was banned from owning a dog for three years but this month the ban expires.
During the interview, Morgan asks Vick if he will get a new dog and Vick replies that he would for his children. “I can’t take that dream away from them,” Vick explains. ”That’s selfish on my behalf. You know, so, gotta find a way to make it right and, you know, I put everything in God’s hands to make it right.”
When Morgan asks Vick what kind of dog he would adopt, Vick replies “I would let them [his children] pick it out. Certainly wouldn’t be a pit bull.”
Michael Vick appeared on the “Today Show” with Matt Lauer on Tuesday to promote his new book “Finally Free.” In the book, Vick discusses and apologizes for his dog fighting past, and even admits he studied dogs more than his playbook.
The interview seemed to be going well until a few minutes in when Lauer asked Vick about football. The show’s production staff ran some...
Eagles QB Michael Vick has been in the news lately, opening up about his days as a Falcon and talking about the Dogfighting scandal that he went through. He’s opened up a lot from those days, but he’s doing well since then. He has since reclaimed hs glory in the NFL, signed a mega-buck contract, and has the opportunity to lead the Eagles to an NFL Championship.
On paper, the...
According to TMZ.com, the ASPCA doesn’t believe Eagles quarterback Michael Vick should be able to own a dog again, even though his three-year ban is now up, in which he wasn’t allowed to own a dog.
“Vick’s journey toward rehabilitation and redemption has not reflected any direct concern for the wellbeing of animals, and we’ve never heard him express a shred...
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick is coming out with a book entitled Finally Free, and in it he talks about where his mind was at during his dog fighting days.
“Back when I was involved in those activities, I may have become more dedicated to the deep study of dogs than I was to my Falcons playbook,” Vick said via the USA Today. “I became better at reading...
Michael Vick told DLHQ that his first days in prison were tough because he had never been locked in a cage before where he couldn't get out, and the metaphors just flowed from there.
He also wants...
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Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick believes he may have had a Super Bowl ring by now if he had studied more when he was with the Atlanta Falcons.
“(I) probably would have already had a ring on my finger,” Vick told NFL Network’s NFL Total Access, via NFL.com. ”But that’s easy to say. With any team, you still have to have 11 guys on offense, defense...
Michael Vick thinks the Philadelphia Eagles have a chance to develop into a dynasty. Let the hysteria ensue!
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But before you overreact like some of the country’s top media outlets have chosen to do, actually understand what Vick was saying is a far cry from the nonsense backup Vince Young spewed last season which declared the Eagles as the NFL’s...
Michael Vick’s new book “Finally Free” hits stores on September 4th. Vick has started a mini promo tour for the book and USA Today was provided a few excerpts of the extremely candid thoughts on his mind state while he was with the Falcons and involved in dog fighting activities. “Back when I was involved [...]
(By Howard Smith, US Presswire)
(PhatzRadio / USA Today) — Latest Philadelphia Eagles quarterabck to make a bold offseason proclamation.
Last summer, it was backup Vince Young dubbing the Eagles a “dream team” during his introductory press conference.
Wednesday, Vick told CSNPhilly.com that he thinks the Eagles have the makings of a dynasty akin to the San Francisco...
It's a sad truth that the NFL seems to be the league with the most arrests among the four major professional sports. Any league that counts Michael Vick, Adam "Pacman" Jones and Donte Stallworth -- to name a few -- among its ranks is not necessarily the most upstanding league in the world. But the amount of arrests that have occurred since the Super Bowl, frankly, is...
In case you’ve missed anything, here’s a round-up of several Philadelphia Eagles news items over the past week or two.
We’re still mired in a slow football news period while we’re all waiting for training camp to begin, which can’t come soon enough. However, there have been several off-the-field newsworthy items regarding current and former Eagles players recently.
Eagles training camp previewTRAINING CAMP GOALS 1. Determine the identity of their No. 2 quarterback. Michael Vick will head into the season as the team's starter. But Vick has missed three games in each of the last two seasons, and his reckless style of play and body type -- he's a hair under 6-0 and weighs just 210 pounds -- makes it unlikely he'll make it to the...
Those hoping for a repeat performance from Comeback Player of the Year Michael Vick in 2011 were a tad disappointed.
After playing himself into Kevin Kolb’s starting role in 2010, leading the Eagles to their third straight playoff appearance, Vick would go 3-6 in his first nine games in 2011, throwing as many touchdowns (11) as he did interceptions. Despite averaging...
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