Michael Vick

Football Player In 2001, Michael Vick became the first African American quarterback to be selected number one overall in the NFL Draft.  He made the Pro Bowl four times in his career.  He played six seasons for the Atlanta Falcons until a felony conviction, involving an illegal interstate dog fighting ring, landed him in prision for nearly two years.  When Vick was released from prison, he was picked up by the Philadelphia Eagles.  In 2010, he earned NFL Comeback Player of the Year and in August 2011, he announced his new six-year contract with the Eagles.

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Snoop Dogg Tells Michael Vick Critics to Get Over Dogfighting Scandal

The die-hard Steelers fan says stop bringing up QB's past.

All You Need to Know About Week 3 in the NFL

With Big Ben down, Michael Vick is back in the pocket.

Report: Michael Vick to Meet With Steelers

Veteran quarterback could back up Big Ben in Pittsburgh.

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Giants wide receiver beat Patriots' tight end Rob Gronkowski for the honor.

Philadelphia Eagles Calendar Features Riley Cooper During Black History Month

Team comes under fire for showcasing player who used the N-word in 2013.
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