A. Blank and Other Falcons Officials Meet With Vick to Express Displeasure About Airport Incident
Atlanta Falcons officials, including owner Arthur Blank, met today with quarterback Michael Vick.
The team's leaders expressed their displeasure with Vick after he reluctantly surrendered a water bottle Wednesday at a security checkpoint at the Miami airport that later was found to contain a secret compartment and a residue smelling like marijuana, according to a police report.
Vick has not yet been charged with a crime but the water bottle has been sent to a lab for testing.
Falcons President Rich McKay and newly hired coach Bobby Petrino also participated in today's meeting.
By Mark Maske |
January 18, 2007; 10:43 PM ET
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