Co-Defendant in Vick Case Pleads Guilty

One of the three men indicted with Michael Vick on federal dogfighting charges pleaded guilty today.

Tony Taylor is to be sentenced on Dec. 14.

Taylor's plea came as part of an agreement with prosecutors. According to the Associated Press, Taylor said he was not promised a specific sentence.

Vick is scheduled to go on trial Nov. 26. The quarterback was ordered by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell not to report to the Atlanta Falcons' training camp last week, and his playing status is to be determined after the league completes a review of the case.

By Mark Maske |  July 30, 2007; 10:37 AM ET  | Category:  Falcons , League
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Don't let the big diamonds in the ears and polished suits fool you. They're Ghetto with a capital G. Money does not make you legitimate, actions do. The networks will figure this out well before the football clubs. There are plenty of standup ex football players that do not use the their fortunes to hide their true selves. What's sad is a lot of the troubled players feel that their wealth somehow makes it ok to bend the rules of society.

Good luck to them, and any child that may have been looking up to them.

Posted by: NFL Fan | July 30, 2007 2:24 PM

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