Michael Vick, quarterback of the Philadelphia Eagles, earlier this month.
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August 30, 2011 Just a little more than two years ago, Vick was finishing up an 18-month prison term after being convicted on charges related to dog fighting. What's your reaction to this huge deal?
August 21, 2011 When then-Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick got busted for his connection to a dogfighting ring, Sarah Handel was, if not devastated, certainly disheartened. Since then she's been looking for evidence he truly understands the cost of dogfighting.
July 20, 2011 Robert Siegel responds to listener complaints about Michael Vick's appearance on All Things Considered.
June 6, 2011 As Vick proved, there can be life again in the NFL after time in prison. But Burress is older and he's a wide receiver — not a star quarterback.
December 28, 2010 In our first hour of Talk of the Nation, Tammy Duckworth on war veterans, and Michael Vick and second chances. In our second hour, what motivates us to give to charities, and what's changed for the LGBT community in 2010.
Quarterback Michael Vick of the Philadelphia Eagles during a game against the New York Giants on Dec. 19.
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December 28, 2010 President Obama has told Philadelphia Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie that he's glad the team gave quarterback Michael Vick a "second chance" after his release from jail.
October 4, 2010 NPR’s Brakkton Booker was on hand in Philadelphia Sunday for one of the most anticipated moments in sports – the return of NFL star Donovan McNabb, as a Washington Redskin, to his old turf to face off against his former team, the Philadelphia Eagles.
August 30, 2007 Betting refs, dog fighting QB's,
August 28, 2007 Oh, Michael Vick. I remember watching you play football at Virginia Tech one Thanksgiving weekend when the hype around you was still fresh and exciting, and you had every oppor
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