Report: Protesters attend Vick signing
Don't think dog lovers are going to let their feelings go.
Michael Vick brought out about 80 protesters when he appeared to sign autographs at a Butler, NJ sports memorabilia store on Sunday, the Daily Record reported.
Demonstrators screamed "killer" and held up signs as the Philadelphia Eagles quarterback spent two hours inside Butler Sports Cards Inc. signing various sports gear for as much as $119 a pop. All told, it was estimated that Vick signed close to 900 items.
"What he did in the past is horrible, but he did what he did and he served his time," store owner Jeff Robbins told the Record.
Vick entered and left the store from a rear entrance and police made sure the protesters were kept behind barricades. There was no physical violence and no arrests were made.