Subsequently, Vick and three other principals were convicted of federal offense conspiracy charges and imprisoned.Vick was suspended by the NFL, was ordered to pay the Atlanta Falcons back a portion of his earnings, and lost endorsement deals worth millions more.Vick said he'd tell him not to sweat it if they were talking face to face. When you're good, and you're playing great, then you're going to be wanted.People are going to want to sign you, going to want to see you play," Vick said.Actions have consequences, and the world is watching Virginia Tech.In effect, as the 16th president of this renowned university, one I am proud to call my alma mater, the world is watching President Timothy Sands and his decision.MORE: Joe Montana casts doubt on Kap's career "First thing we’ve got to get Colin to do is cut his hair," Vick said during a guest appearance on Fox Sports 1's "Speak for Yourself." "Listen, I’m not up here to try to be politically correct. I don’t think he should represent himself in that way (wearing the Afro). Vick said people advised him during his own career to adopt a professional look, but he didn't listen until the end of his playing days.
The dishonor that would inflict on the veterinary college would be irreparable.He could go into TV, radio, coaching, whatever, I mean he’s a good people person, you know he’s quiet, but he’s a good people person and he speaks well, and just has a good way about him.” Vick is serving as a coaching intern for the coming few weeks during camp.The Chiefs have veteran starter Alex Smith entrenched at the position, as well as first-round draft pick Patrick Mahomes.Andy Reid and Michael Vick have a long history, dating back to Vick’s playing days in Philadelphia. Reid brought Vick into Kansas City to work with quarterbacks during the Chiefs camp, explaining why to the Chiefs official website.“Experience and another set of eyes from someone who knows the offense,” Reid said of why he decided to bring in Vick.“And obviously, he brings that respect from being a great player.