NFL should allow Michael Vick to play football

He has served his jail sentence. He has forfeited over $70 million dollars of his salary. He lost his  house, he was forced into bankruptcy. Screw PETA.  He killed a lot fewer animals than Peta did in Virginia during the same time period. 

PETA’s euthanasia program,  kills an average of 5.8 pets every day at its Norfolk, VA headquarters.  According to public records from the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, PETA killed 2,124 pets last year and placed only seven in adoptive homes. Since 1998, a total of 21,339 dogs and cats have died at the hands of PETA workers.  Despite having a $32 million budget, PETA does not operate an adoption shelter.” ” 

Besides, nobody at PETA can run like Michael.

10 responses to “NFL should allow Michael Vick to play football

  1. Typical hypocrites, those F’in PETA FREAKS !

  2. Vick committed a crime , was convicted and pulled his time i say let him be able to play. PETA have to be the biggest bunch of hypocrites in history.

  3. you guys are just f*c*in idiots – honestly

  4. Why you say that Greg ?

  5. Yeah, doncha love it when morons call you a fuckin idiot and don’t even bother to try to defend their position?

  6. Yeah it makes me think they are a idiot.

  7. Mike paid his dues – and more! What more ruin can befall this guy? I mean c’mon people – they were dogs – dogs people NOT children, not orphans, not refuges, not aliens (human or non human). The commiss has been and still is head tripping – typical (White collar) pissing contest. OK I get it. We all get it. You guys won. He has (virtually) one marketable skill barely left to make a living/livelihood- playing ball … and that is now being reinstated with .. more dues yet for him to pay…. what a country!!! God Bless America and No Place Else!

  8. Agreed, Lou. Now, if I could get the Lions to sign him. Mr. Stafford can wait a year or two while Michael runs roughshod over the rest of the league.

  9. Dogs are creatures of God. ..and all come with a soul.


  10. I appreciate that sentiment, wes. However, we have laws in America. According to the laws, Vick paid for his crime. I say let it. Go. If you believe that the time was too short, advocate for stiffer sentences. I assume that he is truly repentent until seeing proof otherwise, and believe he should be able to get on with his life. Don’t keep rubbing his nose in his past crimes. Let it go. He made some huge mistakes. We all do.

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