Alastair Graham was sentenced to 9 months for killing a dog named Bruno, who apparently had bitten Graham. He tied the dog a tree before dousing him in petrol and burning him to death. Graham, was also banned for keeping animals for life. Show More Summary
Michael Vick won't race teammate Chris Johnson, who went up against a cheetah in the offseason, but he's happy to take on former teammate LeSean McCoy again.
With training camp now under way, here's a look at how the Eagles' final 53-man roster could pan out: QUARTERBACKS (3) Nick Foles Mark Sanchez Matt Barkley A year ago, Foles competed for the starting job with Michael Vick. Now the competition is between Sanchez and Barkley for the No. Show More Summary
Maybe Eagles running back LeSean McCoy’s feelings were a little hurt, that former teammate Michael Vick was willing to race him last year, but won’t run against new Jets teammate Chris Johnson. So the man called Shady threw some shade in the direction of the artist formerly known as CJ2K. “That’s Mike for you,” McCoy…
Examining the New York Jets' roster: QUARTERBACKS (3) Geno Smith Michael Vick Matt Simms As expected, Smith is getting about 75 percent of the first-team reps, so there's no controversy here. We had rookie Tajh Boyd over Simms in the previous projection, but the early days of training camp have shown that Boyd isn't ready to take the job just yet. Show More Summary
Training camp for the Philadelphia Eagles this year won’t be quite as newsworthy as last year’s camp. In Chip Kelly’s first season as head coach, a daily quarterback competition between Michael Vick and Nick Foles stole the headlines. The...Show More Summary
Tony Dungy comes off as hypocritical by saying he wouldn’t have drafted Michael Sam, the first openly gay active player in the NFL, even though five years ago Dungy was basically the post-prison agent for Michael Vick, the first convicted dog killer to play in the NFL.
Tony Dungy was the man who mentored Michael Vick after his release from prison on dog fighting charges, helping the quarterback get his life and career back on track. So many were surprised when the former Indianapolis Colts coach said he would not have drafted Michael Sam, the league’s first openly gay player, because of
The New York Jets signed Michael Vick in the offseason to a one-year deal as an insurance policy behind second-year quarterback Geno Smith. Head coach Rex Ryan has stated that he wants the quarterback situation to "play out," per NFL.com's...Show More Summary
With the NFL season finally back, there are a bevy of good camp battles to monitor closely. To kick things off, we're starting on the offensive side of the ball with a look at the most important decisions coaches will have to make. With NFL training camps starting up, there are always some juicy battles to watch on the offensive side of the ball. Show More Summary
On a freshly groomed football field in Florham Park, New Jersey, the fight to become the starting quarterback of the New York Jets is finally underway. Over the next month, in front of vociferous fans, controversy-starved members ofShow More Summary
The numbers for Nick Foles in 2013 were staggering. After losing a training camp battle with Michael Vick and missing a game due to a concussion, Foles ’ second half put him in the record books. He started with a seven-touchdown performance against the Oakland Raiders and walked off the field in the playoffs with the lead. Show More Summary
This morning on Fox & Friends, the three hosts were discussing the fallout from Tony Dungy's comments about Michael Sam being a distraction. Brian Kilmeade made the observation that it's not just about sexuality because, for one example, Michael Vick became such a huge distraction in the locker room when he got out of prison and returned to the game.
Fox News compared openly gay NFL player Michael Sam to convicted dog fighter Michael Vick, suggesting that Sam's sexual orientation would be equally as distracting as Vick's criminal conviction. On July 21, NBC sports analyst Tony Dungy...Show More Summary
How many lives does Michael Vick have left? The New York Jets quarterback has been counted out of the NFL a couple of times at this point. Once considered a game-changing, paradigm-shattering type of draft prospect, Vick's Atlanta Falcons...Show More Summary
Geno Smith heard Michael Vick's name more than a few times last season in the New York Jets' offensive meeting room. Occasionally, offensive coordinator Marty Mornhinweg used Vick as an example when explaining to his quarterbacks how he wanted a particular play to be run. The name-dropping was understandable. Show More Summary
Tony Dungy has always had a strong voice on African-American issues and even was a guiding light for Michael Vick at his lowest point. But the former Buccaneers and Colts head coach told the Tampa Bay Tribune he would not have wanted...Show More Summary
Rex Ryan has made it clear that second-year quarterback Geno Smith will be hard to be, but Michael Vick admits that sitting on the bench won't be easy.
Last year's training camp was dominated by a battle between Michael Vick and Nick Foles for the starting quarterback job. This year's training camp will see no such QB controversy, as Foles is pretty well-solidified atop the roster. Still, there are a few interesting camp battles to watch in 2014. Who will emerge as No. Show More Summary