Falcons send messages to disgraced QB Vick during Monday night game Print
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Monday, 10 December 2007 18:10
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 ATLANTA (AP) -While Michael Vick headed off to prison, two of his former teammates sent messages to the disgraced quarterback Monday night at the Falcons' game against the New Orleans Saints.
Cornerback DeAngelo Hall, who played with Vick at both Virginia Tech and in Atlanta, ran onto the field holding up a poster of Vick and played the game with ``MV7'' written on the shade under both eyes.
Late in the first quarter, receiver Roddy White pulled up his jersey after hauling in a 33-yard touchdown pass from Chris Redman, revealing a black shirt with the words ``Free Mike Vick'' in white letters.
Vick was sentenced to 23 months in federal prison earlier Monday on his guilty plea to dogfighting changes. He will miss at least two full seasons while serving his time and is unlikely to ever play again for the Falcons.
 

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