Activists for animal rights apparently aren't satisfied that Vick has paid his debt to society in full
Last week, Fox Sports hired Michael Vick as an NFL analyst, and the predictable backlash ensued. Though the former quarterback’s conviction on dogfighting charges was a full decade ago, not everyone has forgotten. Almost immediatelyShow More Summary
Not everyone is happy that FOX hired Michael Vick as an NFL analyst, but the network is standing by its decision. Fox Sports president Eric Shanks says he is aware of a petition with nearly 75,000 signatures that is calling on FOX to dump Vick because of his 2007 conviction for operating a dog fighting [more]
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Fox Sports president Eric Shanks understands the backlash to the decision to hire Michael Vick but says Vick was the "right person at the right time."
Last week, it was reported that FOX Sports was hiring Michael Vick, who started his summer as an intern for the Kansas City Chiefs, as the newest member on the Fox Sports team. As in intern with the Chiefs, Vick was met with people protesting outside of the stadium as well as creating a petition to get […]
Congratulations! Michael Vick And Kijafa Expecting A Baby Boy Michael Vick and his “Baller Wives” wife have revealed the sex of their baby. The Miami couple was seen on Kijafa’s VH1 reality show having a gender reveal party where th...
Michael Vick has joined Fox Sports as an NFL studio analyst
Mike Vick trashes Colin Kaepernick's protest/boycott Fox Sports: pic.twitter.com/DBMXmNipLU — Tara A N G E L ?????? (@TaraAngel94) August 25, 2017 The Internet Vs. Mike Vick Legendary ankle-breaking QB-turned-sunken stooge Michael Vick is slated to join FOX Sports as an
Fox Sports is bringing aboard an NFL standout who has polarized fans for years and whose career was put on hold while he spent 21 months in federal prison. Former Pro Bowl quarterback Michael Vick will begin his new job...
The Kaepernick beat has taken some unusual twists and turns in the past 24 hours. There was plenty of the usual support from left-stream media and Kaepernick apologists, an accusation against Michael Vick of criticizing Kaepernick in order to land a job with Fox Sports and some opposition to the polarizing football free agent.
Former NFL quarterback Michael Vick started his summer as an intern for the Kansas City Chiefs, but now he’ll be trading in his clipboard for a desk, where he’ll be seated as the newest member on the Fox Sports team. “Fox Sports will formally announce on Sunday that Vick, a four-time Pro Bowl quarterback, will serve […]
Vick will appear on 'Fox NFL Kickoff' and other FS1 shows
Michael Vick has accepted a spot at Fox Sports as an NFL analyst. (AP) Who could have imagined about eight years ago that Mike Vick would end up as an NFL studio analyst for a major network? According to USA Today, Vick has been hired...Show More Summary
Former quarterback Michael Vick is joining Fox Sports as an NFL analyst. Read more...
Image via Ouzounova/Splash News Michael Vick Becomes The Newest Member Of Hatin’ A$$ Fox Sports Michael Vick was a hero to the Black community at one point. A shining star. A brotha who had been through a lot in his
Michael Vick has found a new job. Fresh off his official retirement with the Atlanta Falcons, the four-time Pro Bowl quarterback announced on Friday that he will join Fox Sports as an NFL studio analyst this season. “I’m very excited,” Vick told USA Today Sports. “Over the last seven or eight months, I’ve done a lot of […]
From the sidelines to the broadcast booth.
Michael Vick has a new job. The former Pro Bowl quarterback whose career was put on hold after a high-profile dogfighting conviction before he returned to the league is branching into broadcasting for the first time with a gig as a studio...Show More Summary
Michael Vick is putting his coaching aspirations aside for now. The recently retired quarterback will work as a studio analyst on “Fox NFL Kickoff,” the show that leads into the network’s pregame program, “Fox NFL Sunday.” Earlier this summer, Vick landed a job as a coaching intern for the Kansas...