- One of Atlanta Falcons quarterback
Michael Vick's co-defendants pleaded guilty
Monday in Richmond, Va., to his role in a dogfighting conspiracy he says was financed almost entirely by Vick.
Tony Taylor, 34, who will be sentenced Dec. 14, said he was not promised any specific sentence in return for his cooperation with the government.
The gruesome details outlined in the July 17 indictment have fueled public protests against Vick and prompted the suspension of some of his endorsement deals. Also, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has barred Vick from camp.
- Suspended Tennesse Titan Pacman Jones is expected to sign a deal
with Total Non-stop Action Wrestling (TNA) soon.
Last month Jones was charged with two felonies for his alleged role in a Feb. 19 brawl at a Las Vegas strip club that police said led to a triple shooting. The unfortunate incident left a bouncer paralyzed.
Pacman's lawyer insists that the deal currently being discussed with TNA doesn't actually include any wrestling. If he enters a pro wrestling ring, there's a chance he could violate his contract with the Titans.