Michael Vick deserves the opportunity to teach his children better than he was taught. He'll never convince all his critics that he's changed, but his actions so far have made it clear a family dog should not be a problem.
Jemele Hill opens the mailbag and responds to readers who have questions and critiques about her commentary on Michael Jordan, Robert Griffin III and Drew Brees.
Michael Jordan and Nike didn't encourage or cause violence among those who waited in line for shoes. But that doesn't absolve Jordan or Nike for feeding an out-of-control monster.
Cam Newton and tattoos (or lack thereof). Michael Vick and the hubbub over an ESPN The Magazine story. Yep, still no gettin' around the race issue with these QBs.
Michael Vick, whose legal problems were the focal point of racial friction, still evokes strong emotions in Atlanta.
Michael Phelps seems to have plenty of apologists. Is it because he's white?
Adam Jones is out of chances, but Michael Vick deserves another opportunity to play in the NFL.
The media coverage of the Michael Vick case means more important issues are being ignored. Just ask the Jena Six, writes Page 2's Jemele Hill.
In light of Michael Vick, it's time for the black community to stop associating negatives with success, writes Page 2's Jemele Hill.
Whether he knew about the dogfighting on his property or not, it's time for Michael Vick to face the music, writes Page 2's Jemele Hill.
Jemele Hill's column calling Kobe Bryant a better player than Michael Jordan ruffled some feathers.
Jemele Hill says Michael Vick is the latest prove to that "sorry" is the hardest word for athletes.