Michael Vick’s high school, Warwick High School, removed his football jersey from their trophy case after he pleaded guilty to a dog fighting conspiracy charge.
Vick played for two seasons at the high school before he was drafted by the Atlanta Falcons in 2001.
The principal of the high school took down the jersey after Vick entered his guilty plea.
A spokeswoman said: “It stayed up through the allegations, but they did decide to take it down once he admitted some guilt.” She added that she didn’t think his jersey would be returned to the trophy case.
Source: Fox Sports