Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick brought his anti-dogfighting message to Congress on Tuesday, backing legislation that would penalize those who knowingly attend animal fights and allow minors to attend.
Describing the opportunity as a "surreal feeling," Michael Vick was introduced Friday as a member of the Eagles, a fresh start for the disgraced quarterback who recently completed a near two-year prison sentence for bankrolling a dogfighting ring.
Michael Vick's return to the NFL took another positive step when Wayne Pacelle, CEO of the Humane Society, said Vick deserved a second chance. While he was in prison, Vick requested a meeting with Pacelle. Speaking on KNBR radio in San Francisco, Pa...
The eBay auction for 22 Michael Vick football cards, chewed up and slobbered on by two Missouri dogs, ended Wednesday as the winning bidder dished out $7,400 -- with the money expected to be donated to the Humane Society.