Showing posts with label Michael Vick. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Michael Vick. Show all posts

Saturday, November 02, 2019

Michael Vick Begging His Wife to Come Back

You can always tell when a couple is going through rough times because the woman starts sharing inspirational messages on social media while the man just flat out starts begging for forgiveness....

Saturday, August 26, 2017

Michael Vick Hired by Fox Sports

Last month retired NFL player Michael Vick criticized Colin Kaepernick's national anthem protest and advised him to cut his afro if he wants to look presentable to NFL owners who have blackballed him over his social activism [click here if you missed that].

In totally unrelated news, Fox Sports just hired Vick as their new sports analyst...

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Michael Vick Apologizes for Colin Kaepernick Comments

Earlier this week Michael Vick caused a firestorm after suggesting Colin Kaepernick cut his hair to make himself more appealing to NFL owners [click here if you missed that].

Vick apologizes for his remarks...

Tuesday, July 18, 2017

Colin Kaepernick and Michael Vick Spar Over Afro Comments

This week retired football player Michael Vick suggested social activist Colin Kaepernick cut his afro if he wants to look presentable to NFL owners [click here if you missed that].

Michael responds to the backlash over his haircut comments while Colin low-key reads Michael for filth...

Michael Vick Advises Colin Kaepernick to Cut His Afro

Retired football player Michael Vick advises unsigned player and social activist Colin Kaepernick to cut his afro if he wants to get picked up by a team...

Wednesday, June 21, 2017

Wednesday, July 27, 2016

Marcus Vick Says LeSean McCoy Gave His Baby Mama Herpes

Over the past few days NFL superstar Michael Vick's annoying little brother Marcus has been hinting that someone close to him had been infected with the herpes virus.

Last night Marcus revealed it was his baby mama and that she got it from her new boyfriend, Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy...

Friday, August 15, 2008

No Money Mo Problems

Michael Vick’s finances are in such disarray that a bankruptcy judge will hold a hearing and could appoint a trustee to oversee the fallen quarterback’s dwindling estate. U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Frank Santoro has ordered a hearing for Sept. 5, according to court documents filed in Virginia in the case of the Falcons quarterback. “It has become clear since the filing of this case that Mr. Vick has very limited knowledge of the state of his finances. … It appears that Mr. Vick has routinely relied upon others to make financial decisions for him, giving them discretionary control over large sums of money,” Santoro wrote in his order on Wednesday. Vick filed for bankruptcy protection from his creditors, including the Falcons, on July 7. He stated that he had assets and debts in the range of $10-50 million.Vick originally sought to have David Talbot serve as his trustee in the case. He was called a “trusted advisor” in the original filing. However Talbot was charged with securities fraud by the State of New Jersey last Friday in Bergen County. He is accused of swindling $500,000 from church members. Vick has sought to have him dismissed as an advisor.

Wednesday, August 13, 2008

Michael Vick Might Be Playing For The UFL

The United Football League will run from August to November and directly compete with the NFL. There are only six teams, L.A., San Francisco, Las Vegas, Orlando, New York and Hartford. League commissioner Michael Huyghue said that they are "98 percent" sure that Vick will play in the UFL for their first season which starts around the same time Vick is expected to be released in 2009.

Wednesday, July 09, 2008

Michael Vick Files For Bankruptcy

Michael Vick Vick filed Chapter 11 papers in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Newport News on Monday...

Monday, April 07, 2008

Michael Vick Update

Have you been wondering what Michael Vick has been doing? Besides push-ups in the yard, and buying protection with cigarettes, I mean. Your boy has been playing a little football in jail and washing dishes for 12 cents an hour. He's also been corresponding with Atlanta Falcon's owner Arthur Blank. "He talks about the process he is going through and what he has learned, the lessons of life, how he's going to come out a different person. He's sorry he has affected so many people in a negative way — the league, our club, our fans. He feels awful about that. The letters sound quite sincere to me. From a mental standpoint, he sounds good. I told Michael I'll do whatever I can to be helpful to him personally. Nothing to do with the Atlanta Falcons,” Blank said. "He's a human being and I would like to reach out and if I can be productive to him in some way, I would be happy to do that.

Tuesday, February 05, 2008

Legal Victory For Vick

Jailed quarterback Michael Vick can keep all but $3.75 million of the nearly $20 million in bonus money he received from the Atlanta Falcons following a ruling Monday by a federal judge. The Falcons sought to recover the bonuses after Vick pleaded guilty to federal charges in a dogfighting operation. The bonuses were paid from 2004-07.

Friday, December 14, 2007

Michael Vick Co-Defendant Gets 2 Months

The man who provided prosecutors most of the information that led to Michael Vick's arrest was sentenced to two months in prison Friday for his role in the NFL star's dogfighting ring. Tony Taylor of Hampton helped establish Vick's "Bad Newz Kennels" operation and joined in killing dogs but later became the government's chief informant in the case, prosecutor Michael Gill said at Taylor's 10-minute sentencing hearing. "He was the most significant source of information in this case," Gill told U.S. District Judge Henry Hudson. "He did not hesitate in any way." Gill said it would have taken the government significantly longer to build a case against Vick and his three co-defendants had it not been for Taylor, who provided details of more than half of the "overt acts" outlined in the indictment.

Monday, December 10, 2007

Michael Vick Gets 2 Years

Michael Vick has been sentenced to 23 months in jail. The Judge told him, "You need to apologize to the millions of young people who looked up to you." Michael could have gotten up to 5 years. He still faces state dogfighting charges in Virginia.

Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Vick Ordered To Pay For Dogs Upkeep

Michael Vick's "deteriorating financial condition" prompted federal prosecutors to ask a judge to order the beleaguered NFL superstar to set aside nearly $1 million for the care of pit bulls seized from his dogfighting operation.

In court papers filed yesterday, the government asked federal Judge Henry Hudson to issue a restraining order that essentially would freeze about $928,000 to fulfill Vick's legal obligation to cover the costs of caring for the dogs and finding homes for them.

Prosecutors cited claims by Vick's creditors and former employer that threaten his ability to make good:

* An arbitrator's ruling that the quarterback should repay the Atlanta Falcons a $20 million bonus.
* A lawsuit by Wachovia Bank claiming Vick and others defaulted on a $1.3 million loan for a wine store.
* Royal Bank of Canada's lawsuit seeking payment for default on a $2.5 million credit line.
* A lawsuit by 1st Source Bank of South Bend, Ind., seeking at least $2 million for loans involving a rental-car business.

Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Mike Vick Reports To Prison

Though he wasn't scheduled for sentencing on his dog fighting convictions for another two weeks, Michael Vick voluntarily entered jail yesterday. The sentencing hearing is scheduled for December 10th and Mike could get anywhere from 2 to 5 years.

Saturday, October 27, 2007

Michael Vick Filing For Bankruptcy?

Last week we heard that, after putting his homes in Virginia and Georgia on the market, Michael Vick bought an apartment in Miami Beach 450 Alton Rd, if you’re nasty. Some wondered why Mike would sell his Virginia and Georgia estates, then turn around and buy an apartment in Florida when he can't even leave Virginia right now and is very likely going to jail for three years or more. They say it’s because Michael is going to file for bankruptcy and the lenient bankruptcy laws in Florida make it easier for you to keep your home, unlike the bankruptcy laws in Georgia or Virginia.

Thursday, October 25, 2007

Michael Vick Moves to Miami

Michael Vick just bought an apartment at Icon located in Miami Beach, where the condos start in the $500,000's. They say Mike hasn't been seen there yet, but that his released-from-the-Miami Dolphins-with-statutory rape charges-pending brother Marcus has. The Miami Heat's Dwyane Wade has an apartment there too and they say Shaquille O'Neal hangs out there A LOT.

Monday, October 22, 2007

Michael Vick Homeless?

On Sunday, the New York Post reported that Michael Vick, having already sold his Virginia home and after moving out of his Georgia home so it can be shown to potential buyers, finds himself homeless. The Post claims records show Vick currently owns no other property. Vick's lawyer had no comment, and his agent would not return calls. He'll be alright, you know he bought his mama, his baby mama, plus at least 3 jump offs a crib.

Friday, October 19, 2007

Michael Vick's GA Home For Sale

Michael Vick's 7 bedroom, 8.5 bath Duluth, GA home is on the market for 4.5 milion dollars. Check the listing here. That $23,000 monthly mortgage payment gotta hurt right about now, what with his being suspended from the NFL and having to give back $20 million in bonuses.