If Michael Vick Cant Play In The NFL How Can He Become a Different Person
Disgraced football superstar Michael Vick completed his prison sentence under house arrest Monday at his home in Hampton, VA.
Vick, 29, who had been caged in a federal prison in Leavenworth, Kansas since December of 2007 for serving as the kingpin of an illegal dog fighting operation, was released by the Atlanta Falcons this past June and he is currently a free-agent suspended from playing in the NFL.
NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell has said that he will consider reinstating Vick provided he exhibits “genuine remorse” for brutally slaughtering and torturing canines for his own entertainment purposes.
The NFL’s head honcho continued and he labeled Vick’s actions, “Not only illegal, but also cruel and reprehensible.”
“He’s going to have to demonstrate to the larger community, not just to the NFL community and me, that he has remorse for what he did and he recognizes the mistakes that he made,” Goodell informed the