As anyone who's been following the Vick dogfighting extravaganza knows, Clinton Portis recently had Vick's back, before quickly changing gears and apologizing.
But during the discussion in which Portis defended Vick's love of dogfighting, the reporter interviewing him interjected and said "But that's a felony. It's a crime."
Portis responded "That can't be too bad of a crime."
While Portis is an idiot, he was actually on to something. While dogfighting is a crime in all 50 states, it is not however a felony in all 50 states.
It is only a misdemeanor in the great states of Wyoming and Idaho. Why? I think you already know the answer to that one.
While we realize neither state has a pro football team, Vick could get off a lot easier in either of these places. Although Goodell would probably still hang him out to dry.
So how can Vick avoid the the iron fist of Goodell? By moving to American Samoa, where dog fighting is 100% legal. That's a long way from Atlanta, but sometimes you have to go the distance for the things you love.
As for the dogs, our guess is they hope Vick doesn't move.
Special editor's note: Just in case you were saying to yourself, where can I see a dog fight and not be charged with a crime? It is actually legal to be a spectator at a dog fight in Hawaii and Georgia (What? No Mississippi? Sorry Clinton). Georgia is no surprise. Hawaii, that's pretty random.