Dungy Sure Vick Is Remorseful

Thursday, April 30, 2009

Tony Dungy is still planning on talking with Mike Vick soon, and today he went on the Dan Patrick Show, to explain why he's doing so and that he believes the former NFL QB is remorseful. He even went so far as to compare him to players that have actually murdered someone, and are still in the league....

Dungy is going to visit with Michael Vick before he leaves jail. Dungy says he heard Vick has found God and wants to talk to him about that and other things. Dungy said he's given other players second chances and it's worked out well. He pointed to kicker Mike Vanderjagt.

Dungy said that someone should give Vick a second chance because "it's the right thing to do." Dan and Tony pointed out that there are players in the NFL who have killed people and are still playing.



While he's certainly right about the current state of the NFL, everyone even said it at the time, that killing dogs is/was worse than killing a human. While, I may not necessarily agree with that stance, I can definitely understand that point of view. I still believe he deserves a second chance, but only if he truly understands what he did was wrong.

The big meet and greet is set for May 5th, and I'll keep you posted.

Tony Dungy comments on Favre, plans to meet with Vick (Sports Illustrated)

6 Comments:

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JFein said...
Apr 30, 2009, 2:17:00 PM  

PETA does not believe that such a change is possible.

JFein said...
Apr 30, 2009, 2:18:00 PM  

Thank God "everyone" thinks killing dogs is worse than killing humans.

Leonard Little 2:24 PM April 30th

Faux Twitter said...
Apr 30, 2009, 2:27:00 PM  

I would bet that Dungy regrets giving Vanderjagt a second chance.

GMoney said...
Apr 30, 2009, 4:16:00 PM  

Dungy is a good man and a hero of mine. Meanwhile, those who think killing a dog is akin to killing a human need to remember that the Lord gave man dominion over all things.

Brad James said...
May 1, 2009, 1:29:00 PM  
freefun0616 said...
Sep 26, 2009, 8:30:00 AM  

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