Falcons says cutting Vick not in team's best interest
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The owner of the Atlanta Falcons football team said on Monday it was not in the team's best long-term interests to cut convicted star quarterback Michael Vick from the squad.
Shortly after Vick pleaded guilty to the charge of conspiracy in an illegal dogfighting enterprise, team owner Arthur Blank said, "We cannot tell you today that Michael is cut from the team," adding that it was not in the team's best long-term interests.
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