Vick’s Sentence Ends: Should He Play Again?

July 21, 2009

Michael Vick’s sentence ends, thus leaving everyone wondering what the future holds for this suspended NFL star. Read more about the story plus photos and video here.

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Michael Vick’s Sentence Ends

With Michael Vick’s sentence ending, yesterday to be exact, the suspended NFL player is looking to be reinstated, thus opening the debate as to whether he be allowed to play in the NFL again.

Vick is suspended indefinitely by the NFL, and Commissioner Roger Goodell had agreed to meet with Vick only after he sees remorse and change from the 29-year-old former Falcon. If he does get reinstated by the NFL, he won’t be sporting a Falcons jersey; they severed all ties with the player in June.

NFL spokesman Greg Aiello said:

“The review of Michael Vick’s status is ongoing. We are providing no other details right now.”

It has been reported that he can play for the UFL, but as far as Vick is concerned, that would be a last resort.

As Vick’s sentence ends, so does the removal of the ankle monitor he has had to wear the last two months of his 23 month sentence while being confined at home.

Okay readers, tell me your thoughts. Should Michael Vick be allowed to play in the NFL again? Is he a changed man? Does he deserve to be reinstated? Leave me your comments.

Check out photos and video of Michael Vick below.

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13 Responses to “Vick’s Sentence Ends: Should He Play Again?”

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  1. 1
    Alice Says:

    No! Never.

  2. 2
    dave Says:

    sure why not ray louis is still playing and he was in on a murder of a human being,just a bunch of thugs,someone should put vick in a cell with 5 very mad dogs and let nature take it’s corse,then take guys like ray louis and lock them up with the familys of his murder victims and let nature take it’s corse.. these bad asses would not last one day where i am from,we dont stand for it and we never will

  3. 3
    Dalton Clardy Says:

    No. Dogs are nobel creatures, Vick is not.

  4. 4
    Alyssa Says:

    Yes, Michael Vick should play pro-football.

    He was made an example out of due to this politically correct society the press wants us to live in: prior to Vick’s sentencing NOONE in the United States had ever served prison time for…dogfighting.

    He is still young and should NOT be treated like a criminal!

  5. 5
    William Says:

    No, he should not play but for his earning potential people’s moral conscience will soon forget his past. The game I would like to see Michael play would be in a locked cage with a very angry Fila Brasilero. This is a Brazilian Mastiff for those of you who are not familiar with exotic breeds. And lets see who would win this fight. My bet would be on the dog…

  6. 6
    Kathie Says:

    No Never. We need to stop letting morally corrupt people be role models. He has no remorse. He is only sorry that he got caught.

  7. 7
    Mark Says:

    Sure he should be able to play with all money above minimum wage to go to shelters for abandon animals. Let’s see if he will play without the MONEY!!!

  8. 8
    Dee Says:

    One more NO will turn in to lots more NOs! The
    people who dedicate their lives to saving and nurturing animals won’t stop until Michael Vick is stopped. I’ve heard a lot of opinions since all this first came out and other people say “murdering animals is not comparable to murdering a human being”. So What! He is still a despicable, pitiful, excuse as a man and he doesn’t deserve to be reinstated as a celebrity who earns millions of dollars and is supposed to be a credit to his heritage before young impressionable people. The example he has set for them in his life is twisted.If he is truly remorseful let him prove it before the public with positive actions. I don’t mean by just shelling out a few bucks here and there for animals to show he is a recovering scumbag trying to appease us until we quit watching….. and he can once again do as he damn well pleases….with his “screw the world” attitude!!!!! The more I think about it the more disgusting it becomes.

  9. 9
    Chuck Says:

    A man is measured in life by his kind deeds, his compassion for others, his true words and respect for life. Michael Vick has none of these attributes visible in his actions. How can the NFL ever trust him to be worthy as a team mate? In a game, that the people hold up before the youth in our country, as honorable and decent in their pursuit of a promising future. The guy has blown his chance to ever again be admired or respected as an example of a valuble human being….this isn’t just going to go away….as far as I have thought about it…maybe he could work for the County Probation Office in his state or Juvenile Detention..(OOps, they don’t want felons either).He has disgraced himself beyond belief and it is hard to imagine anyone being able to look at him without thinking “shame on you for the rest of your pitiful life”.

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    Kathy Says:

    No NO No!!

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