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From The Chicago Tribune

Some Bears fans became anxious and perhaps a bit nervous when they spotted  Michael Vick at O’Hare International Airport on Wednesday.

Turns out he was not in town to discuss the idea of becoming a backup quarterback.

Part of Vick’s probationary obligation regarding his sentencing on dogfighting charges includes speaking to at-risk inner-city kids about the dangers of animal cruelty. He was spotted in the Englewood neighborhood, giving a speech at the Liberation Christian Center.

“We spoke with dozens of young people, and Michael shared his story, expressed remorse for his actions, urged the community to stand up to dogfighting, and asked them to help with the campaign,” Wayne Pacelle, president and CEO of The Humane Society, said in a statement.

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