Goodell-Vick Meeting Not Scheduled Yet

The expected meeting between NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell and Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael Vick hasn't been scheduled yet, two sources familiar with the case said today.

Goodell suspended Vick indefinitely after Vick entered a guilty plea in a federal dogfighting case. According to sources, Goodell plans to meet with Vick before determining how long Vick's suspension will be.

Vick's sentencing is scheduled for Dec. 10.

By Mark Maske |  September 14, 2007; 4:41 PM ET  | Category:  Falcons , League
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the Biggest problem that I have with this punishment, is that is not only severe enough but the Commissioner, didn't flex his muscles on something, as seious as this 1st round draft pick when they make the playoffs, we all know the pats are going to make the playoffs, so the question is the only way the pats, are losing 2nd and 3rd round pick, is if the Pats fall flat on their face, in which case we all know that's not going to happen. I don't know why he didn't do this way the deeper, pats go into the payoffs the more first day picks, they lose and C'mon 750,000 for Kraft, and Belichick, combind Goodell, should have fined him at least three quarters of his salary, at least 2.75 million the penalty should be based on the actions.

Posted by: armen | September 14, 2007 6:13 PM

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