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Michael Vick
In the NFL, there's room to forgive and forget
In the NFL, there's room to forgive and forget

Some stocking stuffers: About this time next year, expect the NFL to receive a Nobel Peace Prize. Roger Goodell will be accepting, proudly, at a black-tie dinner. Most think that the NFL only plays football games and make gobs of money. In truth, its main purpose is to forgive and forget. Remember Michael Vick? The dogs are undoubtedly gone, or still in doggie hospitals, but Vick is still with us. And do we think for one moment that Ray Rice and Adrian Peterson won't be back in helmet and pads and doing some legal hitting next season? Not this season, of course. That might stir criticism of their presence alongside a steady stream of NFL-created TV ads that decry domestic...