So when Eagles wide receiver Riley Cooper embarrassed himself with a racist remark that was caught on video, Marcus Vick began another stream of consciousness (?) on Twitter.
In a string of messages, Marcus Vick said among other things that he wanted to put a bounty on Cooper, offering $1,000 to a player to “light his a– up.”
He also referred to his brother’s teammate as a “Peace of s—.”
The Vick brother who is good at football has told the one who isn’t to pipe down before. If he wanted to try to keep a team together, which is part of a quarterback’s job, telling Marcus to put a sock in it might help.
But with Cooper set to talk to teammates tonight to try to mend fences, Marcus is, yet again, not helping his brother’s efforts.