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Marcus Vick On Riley Cooper: 'I'm Putting A Bounty On Riley's Head' [UPDATED: Michael Vick Defends Cooper]

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Marcus Vick of the Miami Dolphins poses for his 2006 NFL headshot at photo day in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Getty Images) | Getty

Marcus Vick, the brother of Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick, was quick to react to a video that shows wide receiver Riley Cooper making a racist comment at a Kenny Chesney concert.

Not long after the video obtained by Philadelphia sports blog Crossing Broad went viral on Wednesday, Marcus took to Twitter and ripped his brother's teammate in a series of profane tweets.

WARNING: TWEETS CONTAIN NSFW LANGUAGE

UPDATE: Michael Vick said later on Wednesday night that he doesn't agree with his brother and that he forgave Cooper, per USA Today Sports.

"I don't agree with what my brother is saying," Vick said. "Riley is still my teammate. And he just stood in front of us as a man and apologized for what he said. And somewhere deep down, you have to find some level of respect for that. Riley wished he never said it."

He also tweeted about Cooper's apology.

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