NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has come under fire for the last two weeks, from his initial bungling of the Ray Rice case to his disappearing act at a time when the league needs leadership. But he’s now got more than a few influential owners in his corner. “I think he’s doing a great job,” Jets…
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has been under an enormous amount of scrutiny, but there’s still one man who stands behind him, Michael Vick. The former NFL star and dog fighting aficionado said that Goodell is “doing a great job” dealing with the Adrian Peterson and Ray Rice scandals. Show More Summary
Michael Vick knows a thing or two about running afoul of the law, and getting punished by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. So what does the Jets quarterback think of the fact that Goodell is getting widely criticized for his recent handling of some high-profile incidents of player misconduct? “I think he’s doing a great job,” Vick told reporters […]
Michael Vick thinks Roger Goodell is 'doing a great job.'
Roger Goodell might be under siege for his handling of the Ray Rice situation and his disappearing act in the wake of the Adrian Peterson mess, but Mike Vick still believes that the NFL commissioner should be given the benefit of the doubt.
The NFL has some interesting morals — Tim Tebow was chased out of the league because his Christianity was too much of a “distraction”, but people like Michael Vick, Ray
Marcus Vick, the sometimes controversial brother of New York Jets backup quarterback Michael Vick, was stunned to learn that Adrian Peterson would not be playing Sunday for the Minnesota Vikings. Naturally, he expressed this on Twitter, where he has stirred controversy before. Can’t believe Adrian Peterson not playing today smh — Marcus Vick (@MVFive) September […]
There was never true competition between quarterbacks Geno Smith and Michael Vick in training camp, but the best battle for touches in the Jets’ offense may be located in the team’s backfield.
Feeling blue about all the student loan debt you've accumulated? Or about how the NFL punishes animal abusers more decisively than it punishes lady abusers? (Though we're still not totally over that either, Michael Vick.) Well then cheer...Show More Summary
Michael Vick knows a bit of what Ray Rice might be going through. The former Atlanta Falcons quarterback spent 18 months in jail after being convicted of dog fighting charges, returning to the league in 2009 with the Philadelphia Eagles. Show More Summary
Michael Vick said on Wednesday he plans to reach out to Ray Rice.
Jets quarterback Michael Vick said Tuesday he hoped former Ravens running back Ray Rice got a second chance. Wednesday, he took it a step further, saying he wanted to be there for Rice in the future. “I’ll definitely reach out to Ray,” Vick said, via Dom Cosentino of NJ.com. “He still has a friend over here.…
Brand experts say the former Baltimore Raven running back isn't likely to get the second chance Michael Vick and Tiger Woods did
Quarterback Michael Vick has faced his own share of controversy and recently he weighed in on the controversy surrounding former Baltimore Ravens runningback Ray Rice. As you know, a Rice was released from his NFL team after an explosive...Show More Summary
As the NFL attempts to weather public outrage over the TMZ video showing former Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice brutally beating his wife in an Atlantic City elevator, two high-profile sports figures with their own sordid histories...Show More Summary
Elsewhere, the Bills find an owner who will keep them in Buffalo, and the Bengals continue to provide the NFL with a much needed feel good story. "That's tough man, to be put in that situation. You don't wish that on any franchise." -Michael...Show More Summary
Michael Vick knows about second chances, and he hopes Ray Rice gets one, too. The Jets quarterback said during his weekly appearance on WFAN that he hoped Rice got a chance to play again someday, after his indefinite suspension and release from the Ravens because he punched his wife in the face. Vick, of course,…
Eventually, Michael Vick hopes to return to being a starting quarterback. For now, though, he’s adjusting to a life as the Jets backup.
Michael Vick got a second chance. He believes Ray Rice should get one, too. "I hope so," the New York Jets' backup quarterback said Tuesday. Vick, in his weekly spot on WFAN radio, was asked about the Rice controversy. He speaks from experience. Show More Summary
ESPN First Take host Stephen A. Smith sparked controversy in July when he spoke out in defense of Ray Rice after the former Baltimore Ravens player received a paltry two-game suspension after copping a plea deal for assaulting his then-fiancee and now wife, Janay Palmer.