Michael Vick now ‘truly sorry’ for Colin Kaepernick comments

By | July 30, 2017

After being pounded across TV and social media, Michael Vick has reversed himself. He said Thursday that he’s “truly sorry” for saying Colin Kaepernick’s unemployment is due to his play rather than his protest of the American flag/national anthem last season.

Vick also said he is sorry for suggesting the ex-49ers quarterback lose his afro, get a haircut and adopt a more “clean-cut” look if he wants to save his NFL career. Vick gave his controversial advice to Kaepernick during an appearance with Jason Whitlock on FS1’s “Speak for Yourself” on Tuesday.

“I mean, those things are being handled in house,” Prescott said (via the Star-Telegram). “For me, it’s just about being a good teammate. Making sure I back these guys up, being in their corner. We’re all grown men. We know what’s right and what’s wrong. It’s about staying focused and knowing what’s important, that’s what we do on this field.”

Though Prescott seems like the beacon of hope for the Cowboys amongst a sea of police reports and investigations, he had his own troubles in March 2016 when he was arrested for DUI. The charges were eventually dropped. However, Prescott is humble when discussing recent events involving fellow Cowboys.

“I mean, I’ve made probably as many bad decisions as any of these guys have, only being 23, so I’m definitely not one that can point fingers and be mad or be pissed,” Prescott said. “All I can do is give from my young experience and the things that happened to me.”

Now we wait to see if Elliott and others learned from their mistakes the same as Prescott.t_rangers_021-115x115

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