Saturday, July 3, 2010

Vicks Denying Everything... Naturally...

((HT: WVEC-TV))

The Vick brothers are now telling everyone who will listen that they had nothing to do with the shooting at Club Guadalajara.

In an interview with a Tidewater area radio station, Marcus Vick introduced the notion that Quanis Phillips came to the birthday party uninvited, drunk, and high.

The hosts asked Marcus who he thought pulled the trigger on "Q."

"I heard a couple names that went around," Marcus Vick said. "But I'm not familiar with these people, and I heard someone got punched or something like that... Quanis punched somebody... I'm not sure, so many different stories going around."

The Marcus Vick interview with WXTG-FM, 102.1 "The Game" is here...

FOSG Patrick Terpstra has the Vick family point-of-view...


Carry on...

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Vick did the time to pay for his crime. Philadelphia went out on a limb when they did not have to in order to give him a chance. He repaid them by hanging out with thugs and being involved with a murder situation. Either he has incredibly bad judgment or it is more important to him to hand out with thugs than to make millions as a pro athlete. In either case he blew his chance. Running a winning pro football organization requires a single-minded focus by the team. No team can focus when a person in a leadership position, a QB, is so out of control of his own life that he surrounds himself with criminality, bad publicity and murder. No team can afford someone as out of control of themselves as Vick regardless of his talents. Man, what a wasted life. What a fool! He had his chance at a career and to make money that tens of millions of men would give everything to get and he squanders it because he wants to be cool handing out with thugs. Incredible stupidity.

Anonymous said...

Vick did the time to pay for his crime. Philadelphia went out on a limb when they did not have to in order to give him a chance. He repaid them by hanging out with thugs and being involved with a murder situation. Either he has incredibly bad judgment or it is more important to him to hand out with thugs than to make millions as a pro athlete. In either case he blew his chance. Running a winning pro football organization requires a single-minded focus by the team. No team can focus when a person in a leadership position, a QB, is so out of control of his own life that he surrounds himself with criminality, bad publicity and murder. No team can afford someone as out of control of themselves as Vick regardless of his talents. Man, what a wasted life. What a fool! He had his chance at a career and to make money that tens of millions of men would give everything to get and he squanders it because he wants to be cool handing out with thugs. Incredible stupidity.

Jon Nelson said...

What is they say...? You can take the guy out of the neighborhood, but you can't take the neighborhood out of the guy...?
He's proven his priorities are different than other QB's...