His most recent transgressions include:
Well, Mike Vick has gone on the record (again!) to apologize and said that he is committed to changing his ways, "even it means changing the people he deals with" or "playing golf or fishing everyday"!
plez sez: I've given Mike Vick a pass ever since he's been in Atlanta; he is undoubtedly the most thrilling and exciting player in the NFL (in my opinion).
With that said, I'm highly disappointed in his behavior and his lack of leadership. He is the effin' QB for an NFL team (with a $130 million contract) and he has been sleepwalking through his responsibility to lead the team to victory. Well, the team hasn't been very victorious of late, hopefully the new head coach will change that, but the team will never prosper until Mike Vick decides that he will be an example for the rest of the Falcons to follow. I've never heard of Donovan McNabb or Steve McNair or Tom Brady or Peyton Manning or Brian Leftwich or any other NFL QB getting caught up in the "low class" shenanigans that have followed Vick!
I'm not surprised with the PacMan Jones problems, but he's a cornerback, not the quarterback! And if bad things continue to happen around Mike Vick, I'm afraid the Falcons will be losing him for the season.
Personally, I'm tired of the apologies and the fake contrition.
All I have to say to Michael Vick is: "Just do it!"
Don't talk about changing, just change!
Don't talk about getting rid of the negative influences in your life, just jettison them!
Don't say you're going to follow the rules, just follow them!
And don't talk about winning, just win, baby!