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More Vick to Carolina nonsense

When asked what team he would like to play for in 2010 in a recent radio interview, current Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick mentioned the Carolina Panthers. (Fast-forward to the 7:40 mark in the video.)

I don’t know how to say this other than to be blunt: HELL NO – we do not want you or need you on our team, Vick! Also, check out the name of the radio show – Gangsta Grillz Radio. If that doesn’t that just scream “I’m reformed, please take a chance on me and let me prove myself”, then I don’t know what does.

We don’ t need Michael Vick. We already have a “who is going to be our QB in 2010” situation, and that doesn’t need to be further compounded with Vick. Also, we don’t run the wildcat formation, which would be the only reason I could even fathom the team bringing him in. He’s not a drop-back passer, and he never was. He’s a gimmick quarterback at best, and his gimmick just doesn’t fit this team.

Also, his reason for wanting to join the team is just asinine. According to an article by Charlotte Observer blogger Charles Chandler, when asked why he wanted to join the team, Vick said: “Well, you know, it’s close to  home. I like the uniforms. You get to play against Atlanta twice a year. Ain’t nothing better than playing against your former team, right? So, yeah, that would be a good look, it would be a good look.”

You like the uniforms? You can’t be serious. That’s part of your reason? Hell, if you want I’ll gladly purchase you a Panthers jersey and send it to you (if you want I’ll make it a Peppers #90, I hear they’re half-price).

I can understand wanting to get back at the Falcons because they are the team that released you, except when you consider that they released you because YOU WENT TO PRISON FOR RUNNING A DOG FIGHTING RING.

There are too many reasons why this doesn’t make sense, and there aren’t enough pros to make it worth the risk. So please, for the sake of everything that is good in this world – just say no to Vick.

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