WILLIAMSBURG, Va. (AP) _ Atlanta Falcons quarterback Michael
Vick has pulled out of a scheduled appearance at the 2007 Colonial
All-Pro Football Camp at William and Mary. A school spokesman said
today that Vick's place will be taken by Washington Redskins
quarterback Jason Campbell.
Earlier this month, Vick canceled his own youth football camp,
which was to be held June 30th at Christopher Newport University in
Newport News, where Vick grew up. He cited a scheduling conflict,
although the announcement came just after federal authorities
executed a search warrant at a home Vick owns in nearby Surry
County. The home has been at a center of a dogfighting
Other N-F-L stars scheduled to participate in the William and
Mary camp next week are Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger
and Arizona wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald.
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