What They're Saying About Michael Vick

Michael Vick, shown here during training camp, threw a few passes at practice today.

Some have forgiven Vick, others never will. Can Vick do much more to try to rewrite his legacy on and off the field?

With all of the ongoing talk about Michael Vick’s dominant performance on Monday, here’s a sampling of what’s being said around the country.  Most is good, some is bad, but it’s interesting to get an idea of the pulse of America when it comes to Vick.

Bill Plaschke, of the Los Angeles Times, writes that some still can’t forgive Vick, and seems to think he doesn’t deserve the forgiveness.

NFL Network’s Jason La Canfora thinks Michael Vick’s play could get even better.

FanSided’s Adam Best says that we no longer have to spend time searching for Michael Vick.

Matt Mosley, of ESPN’s NFC East Blog, points out that Vick is third in the MVP watch.

Kevin Van Valkenburg and Chris Korman, of the Baltimore Sun, discuss Michael Vick and the application of our morals.

Brian Burke wrote for the Washington Post that Vick’s performance was one of, but not the, best of the last decade.

On Philly.com, Les Bowen wrote that we never saw this coming.

In Dallas, Josh Sanchez of the Landry Hat, speculates on how high Vick will jump in his Madden ratings.

At the Newark Star-Ledger, Steve Politi says that Vick’s comeback will only be a truly great story if dog fighting declines.

75 percent of SportsNation viewers and co-host Colin Cowherd found themselves rooting for controversial Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick on Monday.

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