A petition seeking to ban quarterback Michael Vick from New York Jets’ training camp at SUNY Cortland this summer because of his dogfighting-related crimes had over 2,600 signatures as of late Monday night.
Chris gives his take on the Corbett Administration’s response to Kathleen Kane, District Attorney Seth Williams’ Daily News editorial, and Michael Nutter’s appearance on Meet the Press. He talks to Phillies Manager Ryne Sandberg and Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna on the Monday Morning Matchup.
Eagles receiver DeSean Jackson is among several players the New York Jets have interest in.
Michael Vick is now a New York Jet.
Michael Vick said his goal is to go to a team where he can be the starting quarterback in 2014. If that opportunity fails to materialize, he could end up out west.
The Eagles have reportedly decided not to bring Michael Vick back in any capacity in 2014. That would likely suit Vick just fine, as he has expressed his desire to start, and Nick Foles has a firm grip on that spot in Philadelphia. Vick is one of the top free agent quarterbacks available in the NFL this year, and at least one star player wants him on his team.
According to a report, the Philadelphia Eagles will not be bringing back Michael Vick for another season.
Michael Vick wants to be a starting quarterback. That opportunity has come and gone in Philadelphia. A two hour trip up I-95 might give him the chance he wants.
Chris continues his coverage of the scandals following New Jersey Governor Chris Christie as well as a court ruling allowing a girl to join the boys wrestling team and the saga of the “Swiss Cheese Pervert” in Mayfair. He talks to Victor Fiorillo from Philadelphia Magazine and Gayle Trotter from the Independent Women’s Forum.
Howie Roseman says that the Eagles cannot offer Michael Vick the starting job he wants.
Michael Vick was a good soldier for the Eagles this season. From his vocal support of Riley Cooper during the pre-season, to his public backing of Nick Foles as the team’s starting quarterback, Vick did not make waves when it would seem like the natural thing to do.
The Eagles (9-6) need a win or tie over the Cowboys (8-7) to clinch their first division title since 2010 and secure the No. 3 seed. The loser goes home.
Nick Foles and Kyle Orton were backup quarterbacks when the season began. On Sunday night in Dallas, they’ll line up under center as starters with the NFC East Championship at stake.
If being on the cover of Sports Illustrated is still considered a jinx, the Eagles don’t have a quarterback who can escape it.
Philadelphia Eagles’ wide-receiver DeSean Jackson was joined by some of his teammates Tuesday evening, as they took 50 kids on a $100 shopping spree at the Wal-Mart on South Columbus Boulevard.