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Marcus Vick stirred up a controversy on Twitter, and again he’s trying to use the excuse that he was hacked. Marcus Vick, who is the younger brother of Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Mike Vick, offered a $1,000 bounty to a defensive player to light up Eagles wide receiver Riley Cooper with a hit. Cooper drew headlines [...]
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Riley Cooper uncomfortable situation with his quarterback Michael Vick just got a lot more uncomfortable.
After apologizing for getting drunk and stating that he would “fight ever [n-word] in here” at a Kenny Chesney show, Cooper was publicly aired out the team and forced to pay a fine.
Various NFL players and personalities such as Warren Sapp...
The first game of the Philadelphia Eagles 2013 preseason is against the New England Patriots, and it’s a perfect opponent to kick off the Eagles’ preseason. The Patriots are the type of defense and offense to truly give a challenge to the Eagles. And while preseason games are always chalked up as meaningless to football pundits, there is more going on in these games than what...
It is unlikely Marcus Vick even has a $1k that wasn’t given to him by Michael Vick.
Mike Vick is trying to keep his roster spot and he certainly doesn’t need Marcus Vick doing things like this.
Marcus is just the screw up little brother, always have been, always will be.
Michael Vick says he forgives teammate Riley Cooper, who has been scrutinized for using a racial slur while at a concert.
To no one’s surprise Marcus Vick is at it again with posting ignorant messages on Twitter.
This time Michael Vick’s younger brother put out a bounty for Eagles wide receiver Riley Cooper after a video surfaced of him saying some racial slurs toward black people.
Ok my lips are sealed lol RT @theycallme_ck: @MVFive as ur co-publicist i will allow ur bounty comment to slide…...
There is actually a guy out there that thinks college football should be banned. To illustrate his point he compares the game to dog-fighting (I'm sure Michael Vick's past had nothing to do with that) in that the game is just as brutal (just not to the death).
A writer for the New Yorker has bee trying to make the case. Call it a hunch, but I do't think he'll get...
Tweet Making a messy situation that much worse, Marcus Vick — younger brother of current Eagles QB Michael Vick — took to twitter to voice his opinion on Riley Cooper’s use of a racial slur (edited, but the originals still appear to be live on his twitter feed): Marcus Vick had aspirations of playing in [...]
Just a few hours before Michael Vick spoke publicly about the racial slur by teammate Riley Cooper; his brother Marcus Vick told his followers how he felt. It didn’t take long before Marcus removed his comments, but looks like he has a bounty on set for a $1000!
The Eagles are moving forward with training camp, as are the other 31 teams in the NFL, but the Eagles still aren’t sure who will be taking snaps at the beginning of the season.
According to John Gonzalez of CSNPhilly.com, Michael Vick and Nick Foles split first-team reps again. Vick completed, unofficially, 9 of 14 passes while Foles completed 9 of 16. Gonzalez notes that...
The Philadelphia Eagles are moving into the advanced stages of their new offensive system.
Saturday was the last day without pads to iron out the details. Players View was at the NovaCare Complex in Philadelphia to examine how things are shaping up.
Pros: Head Coach Chip Kelly’s new offense is fast.
Throughout the entire afternoon there was never a huddle.
From the sideline...
You wanna know a more toxic combination than Vodka and Tequila? Try vodka, tequila and a video camera. It catches you at your most raw, your most obnoxious and in many cases, your most honest form. It lets your inner asshole shine brightly. And that’s exactly what we got recently from Eagles wide receiver Riley Cooper.
While attending a Kenny Chesney concert, and apparently...
Thanks to a video that emerged on Wednesday Philadelphia wide receiver Riley Cooper is probably going to be a little uncomfortable the next time he's in the Eagles locker room. In the video Cooper is caught on camera using a racial slur while attending a recent Kenny Chesney concert.
Cooper may also be uncomfortable the next time he's on a football field because there'...