RICHMOND, Va. - Eagles quarterback Michael Vick has not been ruled out as a suspect in a shooting investigation in Virginia Beach, police said.
The shooting came shortly after Vick's 30th birthday party at a club ended early last Friday.
Police have not identified the victim, but Vick's attorney, Larry Woodward has said it was Quanis Phillips, a co-defendant in the dogfighting case that sent Vick to prison. Woodward has said his client left the party at least 10 minutes, and perhaps as many as 20, before the shooting.
But a spokesman for Guadalajara Mexican restaurant and nightclub said a surveillance camera shows Vick left at 2:07 a.m., about four minutes before the shooting a block away, and said Vick was traveling in the direction where the shooting took place.
Phillips was released Saturday from a hospital.
"I had nothing to do with the incident," Vick told the Philadelphia Inquirer late Thursday.
Innovative Coryell dies
SAN DIEGO - Don Coryell, the innovative coach whose Chargers teams featured some of the most dynamic passing attacks in history, has died. He was 85. The team did not release the cause of death, but Mr. Coryell had been in poor health. He coached at San Diego State and in the NFL with the St. Louis Cardinals and Chargers, where his "Air Coryell" offense was born. He was the first coach to win 100 games in college and pro football.
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