NBC's Matt Lauer brought Eagles QB Michael Vick into the Today studio this morning for a conversation full of personal growth and life lessons and redemption. To call Lauer's questions softballs is an insult to softballs; his prompts were more like those weird-ass softballs they use in Chicago.
More importantly, though, when demonstrating Vick's football abilities, NBC used B-roll footage of a player who is not Michael Vick. It's not Vince Young, either, but Jerrod Johnson who spent parts of 2011 with the Eagles and is now with the Steelers. It's unclear how such a mistake could be made, given the quarterback in the clip isn't wearing Vick's #7 and is, uh, right-handed. But hey, NBC, we all make mistakes.
h/t to William