Michael Vick Back On Nike's Endorsement Payroll

Michael Vick Back On Nike's Endorsement Payroll

After cutting ties with quarterback Michael Vick in 2007 following his involvement in a dogfighting ring, the shoe giant has apparently decided that Vick’s on-field performance has restored his good name enough to re-enlist him with an endorsement deal. [More]

Personalized Jerseys Available For Michael Vick's Canine Fans, If He Has Any

Personalized Jerseys Available For Michael Vick's Canine Fans, If He Has Any

In what we wish were an oversight by NFLSHOP.com, you can purchase a Philadelphia Eagles jersey for your dog…customized with Michael Vick‘s name and number. The New York Daily News ordered one yesterday, and the NFL has no intention to block customers from buying canine jerseys with VIck’s name. Should they?

http://consumerist.com/2009/05/20/notorious-bad-consumer-and-former/

Notorious bad consumer and former Atlanta Falcon’s quarterback, Michael Vick has been released from prison. Let’s take this moment to reflect and click the “Michael Vick” tag. [AP]

Florida Attorney General Sues Maker Of Caylee Anthony Doll

Florida Attorney General Sues Maker Of Caylee Anthony Doll

The Florida Attorney General has filed a lawsuit against Showbiz Promotions, LLC, maker of the Caylee Anthony doll and the Michael Vick dog chew toy, claiming that the company promised to donate the profits to charity — but did not follow through.

One Of Michael Vick's Expenses Is "Chump Change"

One Of Michael Vick's Expenses Is "Chump Change"

Michael Vick, the allegedly herpetic former NFL quarterback and dog lover, has filed paperwork detailing the decent into financial ruin that lead to his bankruptcy filing in July of this year. Vick blew through $17.7 million dollars in two years preceding his Chapter 11 petition. If that sounds like a lot of money in a short amount of time, consider the fact that Vick has been imprisoned since November 2007. For those of you looking for some insight into Vick’s attitude towards money, the Smoking Gun points out that one of his check memos reads, “chump change.”

Notorious Former NFL Quarterback "Ron Mexico" Apparently Works At Chick-fil-a

Notorious Former NFL Quarterback "Ron Mexico" Apparently Works At Chick-fil-a

For those of you who are not aware, there is a certain incarcerated former NFL quarterback who was accused of using the name “Ron Mexico” when visiting medical clinics to get treatment for genital herpes. He’s since been sent to federal prison for his involvement in a dog fighting ring — but it seems that his alias is passing the time working at Chick-fil-a.

The Sports Authority And Nike Pulling Michael Vick Merchandise?

The Sports Authority And Nike Pulling Michael Vick Merchandise?

Reader J tells us that The Sports Authority and Nike are pulling all their Michael Vick related merchandise, due to Vick’s recent indictment for running a dog fighting kennel. The charges are pretty gruesome. The indictment includes stories of dogs being put to death by electrocution for not passing “tests” to see if they were mean enough fighters, etc. Vick faces up to 6 years in prison if convicted.