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VIck plans to lead lockout workouts

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10:20 AM ET 03.05 | Michael Vick is making plans to prepare for next season no matter the NFL's labor situation. The Philadelphia Eagles' Pro Bowl quarterback says he'll work out with some of his teammates on their own if there's a lockout. The league and the players' union agreed Friday on a seven-day extension of the collective bargaining agreement.

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March 5, 2011  10:29 AM ET

shocking news...a professional athlete is going to work out during the off season...

March 5, 2011  10:29 AM ET

I think a strike-shortened season would actually benefit Michael Vick.

He gets so beat up physically through-out the regular season that for him, the shorter the season is, the better he'll be come playoff time.

March 5, 2011  10:34 AM ET
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I think a strike-shortened season would actually benefit Michael Vick.He gets so beat up physically through-out the regular season that for him, the shorter the season is, the better he'll be come playoff time.

A shortened season would mean less money for the little extras in life like prostitutes and drugs...

March 5, 2011  10:48 AM ET
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A shortened season would mean less money for the little extras in life like prostitutes and drugs...

Lawrence Taylor already retired.

March 5, 2011  11:09 AM ET

Vick plans to lead lockout workouts

Well there goes bring your dog to work day.

March 5, 2011  11:47 AM ET

slow day here, no news!

March 5, 2011  12:11 PM ET

From what I've heard, that's not any different than what 31 other teams players are going to do. But if you insert the name Michael Vick (not VIck - interns) then you can have a T&R post.

March 5, 2011  12:47 PM ET
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I think a strike-shortened season would actually benefit Michael Vick.He gets so beat up physically through-out the regular season that for him, the shorter the season is, the better he'll be come playoff time.

This is true... he'd be peaking around the same way he did against the Redskins when we all thought he had the MVP wrapped up.

March 5, 2011  01:05 PM ET

I still think Vick is a tool.

March 5, 2011  01:13 PM ET

What a PEN is!

March 5, 2011  01:54 PM ET

vegas line is even money he cancels.

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March 5, 2011  02:29 PM ET

Something about Mike Vick in connection with the word "Lockout" just feels right...

March 5, 2011  04:31 PM ET
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I'm sure everyone else will lead their teams in private workouts.What makes Vick so special that we should care.

Some need more good press than others.

March 5, 2011  06:24 PM ET
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I'm sure everyone else will lead their teams in private workouts.What makes Vick so special that we should care.

I'm guessing the team leaders in Cincinnati and Arizona won't be doing much during the lockout...

March 5, 2011  08:29 PM ET
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Vick thinks the same of you!

I'm not sure I give a ****.

March 5, 2011  09:21 PM ET

I can see it now the 40yard dash is going to have some pitbulls behind the runner to motovate them!

March 6, 2011  01:04 AM ET
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shocking news...a professional athlete is going to work out during the off season...

With him scheduled to make 20 millions he should do.

March 6, 2011  03:26 AM ET
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A shortened season would mean less money for the little extras in life like prostitutes and drugs...

With some those aren't the extras they're the norm or I guess maybe you haven't heard of Charlie Sheen

 
March 6, 2011  03:31 AM ET
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Vick plans to lead lockout workouts
Well there goes bring your dog to work day.

So if Donte Stallworth is leading the workouts what is it don't jaywalk today day'

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