Almost every day it seems something else comes out that's horrible news for Mike Vick. Today is of course no exception. It seems that Vick's old high school, Warwick High, has removed Vick's jersey from the school's trophy case.
Interestingly, the school did this voluntarily.
Michelle Morgan Price, a spokeswoman for Newport News Public Schools, said Vick's jersey was taken down about the time the sidelined Atlanta Falcons quarterback pleaded guilty to federal dogfighting charges.
"It remained up through a lot of the allegations and news reports," Morgan said. "It came out after he admitted to some wrongdoings."
Like killing dogs.
Morgan said the decision to remove the jersey was made at Warwick High School, not at the school district.
I realize what Vick did was wrong, but man this guy is having a rough time. Gets ratted out by his friends, has his apology notes stolen by PETA, has to repay the Falcons $20 million, and he still has to go to jail. And now his high school won't even recognize him.
It could always be worse I guess, at least he still has a hall named after him at Virgina Tech.
By the way, Marcus Vick's jersey is still in the trophy case, right next to a Glock-9.