Here we go again. Marcus Vick, the younger brother of Micheal Vick of the Atlanta Falcons was arrested Monday on Firearms charges. Marcus had three warrants out for his arrest on Sunday and Marcus turned himself in on Monday. The story was he was at a Mc Donalds in Virginia where he was visiting his mother that lived there and he pulled a gun on three teenagers in the parking lot. He was charged with three misdemeanor counts of brandishing a firearm and was released with a $10,000 bond. If convicted of all three counts, Vick could face up to three years in jail and be fined up to $7,500 dollars. Last Friday the Virginia Tech Hokies kicked Vick off of the team because of several legal problems and Marcus' unsportsmanlike conduct in the Gator Bowl after Marcus stomped on the left calf of NCAA sack leader Elvis Dumervil. Marcus said that he had apologized to Elvis and everything was cleared up. Later Dumervil was asked about the aplogy and he said that he never received one. It amazes me how these young athletes have such a great opportunity to make something of themselves and they end up throwing it right out the window. Why can't these athletes learn to conduct themselves in an orderly and professional manner? Is it that hard? These athletes have an opportunity that billions of kids will never get and they take it for granted and think they're invincible. Bad decision making skills!!