by Ryan Wilson
Everybody agrees that, in the immortal words of Joe Buck describing Randy Mossfake-mooning the Lambeau Field crowd, Michael Vick committed a disgusting act. On Tuesday, the convicted puppy murderer plead guilty to Virginia dogfighting charges (he was sentenced to a suspended term), and he's currently serving time in federal prison.
Vick won't be there forever, though; the former Falcon first-round pick will be released in 2009 with the hopes of resuming his NFL career. Ultimately, that decision lies with commissioner Roger Goodell, who has a history of giving players second, third, and fourth chances.
Via ESPN's John Clayton:
Michael Vick Is Planning a Comeback, Already in Contact With Roger Goodell originally appeared on NFL FanHouse on Wed, 26 Nov 2008 15:45:00 EST . Please see our terms for use of feeds.