Michael Vick shirts are selling like crazy in Philadelphia.

At Modell's Sporting Goods in the Snyder Plaza on Snyder Avenue near Front Street in South Philadelphia, Edwards was just one of the Eagles fans willing to give Vick a second chance.

"Before we even opened, four or five customers were lined up [Saturday] morning" to be the first to buy Vick's No. 7 jersey at $79.99, or $20 T-shirt," said salesman Raphael Castro, 20, who was surprised that the store was stocked overnight with Vick jerseys.

"We've had heavy selling of Vick's merchandise," said salesman T.J. Beck, 19.

With more than 300 jerseys and T-shirts on the racks, the store sold $1,200 worth of merchandise on Saturday and about $1,700 more by late yesterday afternoon, said Beck. On a normal game day, the store sells about $300 worth of Eagles' merchandise.

Said Beck: "He did what he did. He paid for it. He did his time. He showed true remorse, and he'll continue to pay for it through the media and the fans."