Washington Redskins

Owners Treatment Of Vick Unfair

6 Jan 2002: Quarterback Michael Vick #7 of the Atlanta Falcons scrambles against the St. Louis Rams at the Dome at America's Center in St. Louis, Missouri. DIGITAL IMAGE. Mandatory Credit: Elsa /Getty Images
Gerid JohnContributor IAugust 1, 2009

NFL owners are hypocrits. All of them. I never was a Michael Vick fan, but what is being done to him his unfair and hypocritical. NFL owners are afraid if they sign Vick tree huggers and animal lovers will protest outside of all their games. True.

Dog fighting is a bad crime I don't condone it, but Vick has done his time.

Tom Brady dumped one of his girlfriends who was pregant ...is it worse to kill a dog than it is to leave a child with no father?

Ray Lewis was involved in a murder of A HUMAN!

Pac Man Jones left a man unable to walk..and yet Pac Man was still was inked by a team last year.

Brett Favre openly kills animals....he hunts deer! Whats the difference between killing a deer and a dog...wait wait you are going to tell me, Vick tortured the dogs...well why dont we find a deer and ask him hows it feel to take a Bow and Arrow to the sternum, yea that's a real walk in the park...

The list of NFL players crimes goes on and on my point is there are many players in this league that have done far worse crimes/morally wrong things to humans, I understand people love their animals, and only a coward would hurt an innocent creature...but only coward would fear of signing a player who has done his time because the owner might get bad pub for a few months....

 

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