NORFOLK, Va. - People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, or PETA, wantssuspended quarterback Michael Vick to submit to a psychologicalexam before he can return to the NFL.
PETA spokesperson Caleb Wheeldon told WAVY.com, the organizationwants NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell to "require Vick to undergo afull psychological evaluation including an MRI and some othertesting as a pre-condition for any possible re-instatement."
According to Wheeldon, PETA wants to see if Vick is trulyremorseful for his action in a multi-state dogfighting ring.Wheeldon also says many young people consider Vick a role model,but admits Vick has a responsibility too.
"PETA's willing to give Michael Vick a second chance if he canprove his remorse and tacitly support a re-introduction into theNFL," Wheeldon said.
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