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RICHMOND — It's up to Michael Vick now.
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) Two of Michael Vick's alleged cohorts in a grisly dogfighting case pleaded guilty today, and one said the Atlanta Falcons quarterback joined them in drowning and hanging dogs that underperformed.
RICHMOND — With a raucous crowd of animal rights activists crowding the sidewalks and jeering him, Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick yesterday pleaded not guilty to charges that he conspired with three associates to run an illegal dogfighting business.
NEW YORK — Michael Vick was ordered by commissioner Roger Goodell last night to stay away from the Atlanta Falcons' training camp until the league reviews the dogfighting charges against him.