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Ray J Speaks On Punching Fabolous In The Face!

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According to word on the street, Ray J (yeah, Brandy’s brother) was involved in an altercation with New York rapper Fabolous last night in Las Vegas.

While it’s not 100% clear what happened, Fabolous and comedian Kevin Harts’ jokes about Ray J’s performance on Floyd Mayweather’s “24/7″ HBO special set Ray J off.

Here’s what Fab tweeted:

N*gga Ray J doin a concert in his living room… Lmaoooooo

Nah but Floyd saying we havin a concert in my living room & the camera cuts to Ray J singing “One Wish” on the piano had me in tears!!

Get it..? Ray J concert in the living room!! *Lil Wayne voice*

Jus ran into my n*gga @RayJ at @iamdiddy dinner.. He told me & @KevinHart4real that it was a f*cked up edit & b*tches was there!!

Reports also claim that last night a fight between Ray J and Fabolous broke out while backstage at Ray J’s concert at The Palms in Vegas.

While we can’t confirmed exactly what happened, a pissed off Ray J called into the Breakfast Club to took about the incident.

#FACTS Ray J didn’t snuff sh!t…
#FACTS Ray J was showing off in front of 50 and Floyd…
#FACTS Ray J man pulled out a camera soon as Fab walked in so he planned that sh!t…
#FACTS Fab got pushed and that’s it!!!
Fab security pounded Ray J out too tho…
Soon as it popped off Floyd security picked him up and took him in the room…
#FACTS He planned that shit for Worldstar cuz he seen Fab at Diddy dinner and didn’t do sh!t!!!
50 Cent was the 1st to jump in the middle tho…
Fab said to Ray J tho “We just spoke lastnight what u showing off for these niggas (Points to Floyd and 50)” hahahahahaha

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Philadelphia Eagles Sign Michael Vick For A Six Year $100 Million Dollar Deal!

Michael Vick who just signed a 6-year deal with the Philadelphia Eagles worth $100 Million dollars it was reported by ESPN.

A league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter that Vick’s deal contains roughly $40 million guaranteed.

The Eagles designated Vick with their franchise player tag before the lockout and had until Sept. 20 to sign him to a multiyear contract.

Under the franchise tender, Vick was set to earn about $16 million this year. He once had a $130 million deal with the Atlanta Falcons that was the NFL’s richest before losing two seasons of his career while incarcerated for 18 months in a federal prison for dogfighting.

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ESPN Under Fire For ‘White Vick’ Image

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Nike Re-Signs Michael Vick!

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B.o.B – “No Future” (Odd Future Diss)

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Fox News Anchor Tucker Carlson Says Michael Vick Should Have Been EXECUTED!

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President Obama Is Glad Mike Vick Got A Second Chance!

Though the Eagles didn’t have a chance to make news on the field, they made some more news off the field.

It has been revealed that President Obama called Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie to congratulate the team for giving quarterback Mike Vick a second chance after the football star was jailed for dog fighting. If he wasn’t having the best comeback season ever, he is now!

President Obama explained that a level playing field rarely exists for prisoners who have completed their sentences.  Vick’s success gives all of them hope.

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NFL’s MVP: Michael Vick Or Tom Brady?

With only two games left in the NFL regular season, fans of the better squads are starting to daydream about the playoffs. Also speculation ramps up about which players will get coveted awards like Rookie Of The Year and Most Valuable Player.

The MVP race is going to most likely be decided between Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick and New England Patriots signal caller Tom Brady.

Both are enjoying stellar seasons, leading their teams to the top of their respective divisions.

The Pats have an AFC leading 12 wins with only 2 losses. While the Eagles, coming off a stunning come from behind win over the New York Giants last Sunday are 10-4.

Vick’s season has been remarkable, especially when you consider the fact he wasn’t even expected to play much this year. At the beginning of the season he was playing second string to Kevin Kolb. If not for a Kolb injury in the first game of the year, Vick might have given the chance to prove that he’s an even better player now that he was prior to going to jail for dog fighting.

Vick has passed for 2,755 yards, with 20 touchdowns and a passer rating of 103.6. Add to that his rushing statistics of 613 yards at an average of 6.7 yards per carry with 8 tds and it’s easy to see why he could win MVP.

But Brady is having just as good of a season with far less offensive talent around him. Vick is playing with a talented young running back, LeSean McCoy and two dynamite wide receivers in Desean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin.

After Randy Moss was traded following week 4, Brady’s only proven player left on offense was Wes Welker.

The Patriots QB has thrown for 3,561 yards, 31 touchdowns with only 4 interceptions in 449 attempts. His passer rating of 109.9 in incredible.

Brady has thrown 292 passes in a row without an interception. This Sunday against the Buffalo Bills if he throws 17 more passes without an int he will break a 19 year old NFL record set by Bernie Kosar.

Both Vick and Brady are deserving of the MVP Award, but there can only be one. Cast your vote below for the player you think deserves it the most.

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MICHAEL VICK WANTS TO OWN A DOG AGAIN

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Michael Vick says he’s thankful to be playing football again. Now the Philadelphia Eagles quarterback hopes to receive another second chance — to own a dog. A court-ordered rule prevents Vick from owning a dog, but he said in a recent interview, he hopes that one day changes.

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VICK #1 IN PRO BOWL VOTING

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A year and a half after being
released from prison for dog
fighting charges, Michael Vick is
leading the vote getter for the
upcoming NFL Pro Bowl. As of
Wednesday morning the the
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback had
729,838 fan votes, nearly 39,000
more than second-place Peyton
Manning.

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Michael Vick Wins “The Ed Block Award” For Sportsmanship & Courage…

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PHILADELPHIA — Michael Vick’s peers appreciate his tough journey back to the NFL.

Vick won the Ed Block Courage Award, voted on by his teammates on the Philadelphia Eagles, after the once-disgraced star quarterback returned to the league after spending 18 months in a federal prison for his role in a dogfighting ring.

“It means a great deal to me,” Vick said Wednesday. “I was voted unanimously by my teammates. They know what I’ve been through. I’ve been through a lot. It’s been great to come back and have an opportunity to play and be with a great group of guys. I’m just ecstatic about that and I enjoy every day.”

A three-time Pro Bowl pick in six seasons with Atlanta, Vick has played sparingly with the Eagles. He has two touchdowns rushing and one passing in 12 games.

The Ed Block Award honors players who exemplify commitment to the principles of sportsmanship and courage. Each of the 32 NFL teams selects a recipient.

“I’ve overcome a lot, more than probably one single individual can handle or bear,” Vick said. “You ask certain people to walk through my shoes, they probably couldn’t do. Probably 95 percent of the people in this world because nobody had to endure what I’ve been through, situations I’ve been put in, situations I put myself in and decisions I have made, whether they have been good or bad.

“There’s always consequences behind certain things and repercussions behind them, too. And then you have to wake up every day and face the world, whether they perceive you in the right perspective, it’s a totally different outlook on you. You have to be strong, believe in yourself, be optimistic. That’s what I’ve been able to do. That’s what I display.”

The Eagles were criticized by animal rights activists for signing Vick less than a month after he was released from prison. Dozens of protesters voiced their outrage outside the team’s practice facility the day after Vick was signed, and many fans threatened to give up their tickets.

But Vick got a warm reception in his first game with the Eagles and by most accounts has been a model citizen off the field.

The animal rights group, People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, issued a statement reprimanding the Eagles for giving Vick the award.
“The Philadelphia Eagles fumbled when they gave Michael Vick the Ed Block Courage Award, which was named after a man who advocated in behalf of abused children,” the PETA statement read. “Michael Vick should not be the person anyone points to as a model of sportsmanship, even though he has now exchanged dogs for touchdowns after serving time for extreme cruelty to animals. We wish him well in educating others, but this is not appropriate and does not mark a joyous moment in NFL history.”

Vick has spent time working with the Humane Society of the United States, speaking to school and community groups about the mistakes he made in getting involved in dogfighting.

“It was a big obstacle proving I’m worthy of a second chance,” Vick said. “It doesn’t stop here. I have to continue to prove that. I think it’s not going to be a day-to-day process, it’s going to be a year-in, year-out process. It’s a challenge to myself. The thing I told (NFL commissioner) Roger (Goodell) is that four or five years from now, I’m going to come to him and say, ‘Everything I told you I was going to do, I’m still doing it.’ And that’s what I pride myself on and that’s my focus and that’s my goal.”

Quarterback Donovan McNabb called the award “well-deserved.”

“Congratulations to him for straightening his life around and bettering himself as a human being,” coach Andy Reid said. “He’s obviously very well-respected by his teammates.”

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