The New York Giants have very slim playoff hopes entering the NFL's final week and they'll need to get a win at home against the Eagles in Week 17 to even have a chance at the postseason. However, the defense will now need to prepare for Michael Vick, not Nick Foles, under center for Philadelphia.
Players with legal troubles and quarterbacks head a list of the NFL’s most disliked players. The list, based on the findings of a public survey of NFL player perception conducted by Nielsen and E-Poll Market Research, indicates that players with legal issues, contract disputes or suspect character are viewed unfavorably by NFL fans...
With the Giants and Eagles set to square off in an early season NFC East showdown on Sunday, questions remain about whether Eagles’ starting QB Michael Vick will be able to suit up as he recovers from a concussion suffered in last week’s game against the Atlanta Falcons.
While having Vick sidelined would hurt Philly, one Giants’ player is hoping that the Pro Bowler takes the field, after all.
A lengthy piece in the upcoming issue of GQ highlights Michael Vick’s mindset past and present and the aftermath of the dogfighting scandal that sent him to prison for two years. How’d he handle the sentencing and subsequent backlash?
“For a while, it was all ‘Scold Mike Vick, scold Mike Vick, just talk bad about him, like he’s not a person,’” he said. “It’s almost as if everyone wanted to hate
Michael Vick is lending his support to a congressional bill that will penalize those who attend animal fights.
The Animal Fighting Spectator Prohibition Act would make attending an animal fight a misdemeanor punishable up to a year in prison. Under the act, bringing a child to an animal fight could cost an offender up to three years in jail.