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: August 02, 2009, 04:15:13 PM

He is no Tom Brady but throws better than Tebow.
Better than Tebow? What are you a 'nole? Only thing Vick hit was his WR's feet. I think Vick should get a job as the "bad guy" at police dog training school.


Sorry to disappoint but no I wont hire him either!
Some k9's can hit harder than a LB and I dont need my agitators going to the hospital!


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#1 : August 02, 2009, 04:51:19 AM

He is no Tom Brady but throws better than Tebow.
Better than Tebow? What are you a 'nole? Only thing Vick hit was his WR's feet. I think Vick should get a job as the "bad guy" at police dog training school.


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#2 : August 02, 2009, 04:54:01 AM

He is no Tom Brady but throws better than Tebow.
Better than Tebow? What are you a 'nole? Only thing Vick hit was his WR's feet. I think Vick should get a job as the "bad guy" at police dog training school.

Im a cane fan i even disagree with that.


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#3 : July 30, 2009, 01:33:41 PM

QB Michael Vick said he is close to signing with a pro team here's the link for you guys. http://www.nfl.com/news/story?id=09000d5d8118d192&template=with-video-with-comments&confirm=true

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#4 : July 30, 2009, 01:56:39 PM

Could a "pro team" also mean that he may be close to signing with one of the UFL teams?

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#5 : July 30, 2009, 01:58:25 PM

I'm probably in the minority here, but good for him. I will be the first to say, I hated Vick as a player, and as a person. Hated his attitude, hated his seemingly me first demeanor, hated how he flicked off his own fans... just everything about him rubbed me the wrong way.

HOWEVER, dude has payed the price for his actions. Stallworth kills a dude while driving drunk, and he gets 30 days in jail, and no one is talking about him. Vick sat in jail for two years for his crime. I have heard of people getting life for driving drunk and killing someone.

IF Vick is indeed a changed man, then I'd like to see him play again.

FLAME ON!

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#6 : July 30, 2009, 01:59:33 PM

He paid his dues,  I hope he plays. He'll step on the field as a top 10 NFL talent. I'd take him in a heartbeat.

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#7 : July 30, 2009, 02:09:53 PM

Could a "pro team" also mean that he may be close to signing with one of the UFL teams?

That could actually be a better move for the guy.  He'd be an instant starter in the UFL, and shred lesser talent, thereby raising his stock dramatically all while knocking off the prison rust.  Plus, it would give him one more year removed from the situation, if he keeps his nose clean, he'd likely get signed as a starter in the NFL and be received with open arms...


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#8 : July 30, 2009, 03:02:54 PM

Could a "pro team" also mean that he may be close to signing with one of the UFL teams?

That could actually be a better move for the guy.  He'd be an instant starter in the UFL, and shred lesser talent, thereby raising his stock dramatically all while knocking off the prison rust.  Plus, it would give him one more year removed from the situation, if he keeps his nose clean, he'd likely get signed as a starter in the NFL and be received with open arms...

Downside: Risk a career-ending injury, while making a mere pittance of what NFL players make. According to the salaries they are paying in the UFL this season, it would take a player over 20 years to make the NFL vet minimum salary for one year.

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#9 : July 30, 2009, 04:02:26 PM

i would have no problem taking him. he would change the way they defended the Bucs.

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#10 : July 30, 2009, 04:04:50 PM

LOL at vick being a top ten talent. That is hilarious. He is below average for a QB so top ten is funny and as a runner I will take ten plus more players

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#11 : July 30, 2009, 04:08:19 PM

He was prob told to say that so more teams bid on him. Its a textbook free agency game.

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#12 : July 30, 2009, 04:09:21 PM

He paid his dues, I hope he plays. He'll step on the field as a top 10 NFL talent. I'd take him in a heartbeat.

Please tell me this is sarcasm. A top ten talent?  

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#13 : July 30, 2009, 06:15:59 PM

Top ten what exactly? I mean I'd like to see how well he can hold the clipboard but I heard he was having fumbling problems in prison. That soap is pretty tricky.

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#14 : July 30, 2009, 06:24:09 PM

Vick > mcclown/leftwich/freeman combined.

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