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Michael Vick won’t be taking the express train out of Philadelphia after all, at least not just yet.
Vick and the Eagles agreed on a restructured contract on Monday, keeping the quarterback in Philly for one more season and allowing Chip Kelly to evaluate his effectiveness running a new offensive system. But could Vick be the long-term answer? That is the $10 million — Vick’s incentive-laden salary for 2013 — question.
Kelly answered that question with some pretty firm support for the dual-threat quarterback on Monday.
“Michael will be back next season with us,” Kelly said during his news conference on Monday. “I want Michael to be a part of this team.”
Well, Kelly is getting just as he wished. Now, he’ll have wait and find out which version of Vick that is.
Last season was not the finest of Vick’s NFL career. Injuries, including a lingering concussion, forced him to miss six games and ball security became a recurring issue as he turned the ball over 15 times in 10 games. But with a...
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The Philadelphia Eagles announced today that quarterback Michael Vick has signed a restructured deal that will pay him up to $10 million in 2013.
The reason Vick’s deal is worth “up to” $10 million is so the Eagles can protect themselves in case things don’t work out. It’s a deal that is incentive laden to force him to prove that he can stay healthy and stop turning the...
On Monday the Philadelphia Eagles announced that they had restructured Michael Vick’s contract and that he would be able to compete with Nick Foles for the start. some are concerned with Vick’s inability to stay healthy, as he has not played all 16 games in a season since 2006. On ESPN’s “Mike and Mike in the morning” on Tuesday, Vick said, “The thing is, you have to...
It was reported earlier in the day that Michael Vick’s new contract with the Eagles was worth up to $10 Million, but history has shown us unless the contract is guaranteed there is always some funny money involved.
Pro Football Zone breaks it down.
$3.5 Million Signing Bonus
$3.5 Million Non Guaranteed Salary
$500k in Roster Bonuses
$500k If he takes 50% of snaps
The Philadelphia Eagles have announced that QB Michael Vick will remain an Eagle. Vick has signed a one year, reconstructed contract for the 2013 season. There is not guarenteee that he is on the 2013 roster, as the new contract allows the organization to cut him, without owing him anything.
Chip Kelly will hold a press conference at 1:30 on CSN, more to come.
The offseason has already been wild in Philadelphia, after letting go long-time coach Andy Reid, bringing in Chip Kelly, and now re-signing quarterback Michael Vick.Reid made the decision to bring in rookie quarterback Nick Foles after Vick's injuries got the best of him. Now in Kansas City, is Reid trying to lure Foles in?First, let's touch up on the Vick deal.He has just...
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick believes he has the chance to rush for over 1,000 yards in 2013 under head coach Chip Kelly’s offense.
“In 2006 I ran for 1,000 yards — and it wasn’t hard,” Vick said,on Mike and Mike in the Morning, per ProFootballTalk.com. “I feel like I still can do that.”
Vick likes what he sees from Kelly already.
“I could tell that...
The Philadelphia Eagles announced this afternoon that veteran QB Michael Vick has restructured his contract and will be remaining in Philadelphia under center in 2013. No one might be more happier about this move than San Francisco 49ers QB Alex Smith. The Niners front office has to be ecstatic about this development as well.
Smith now clearly is the top quarterback in this year’s...
News broke earlier today that the Philadelphia Eagles and QB Michael Vick agreed on a restructured, one-year deal for the 2013 season. Newly hired head coach Chip Kelly held a press conference at 1:30 PM to discuss the additions to his coaching staff as well as the signing of Vick.
When asked about how Vick will be used in Kelly's new system, he responded, "Michael will...
Chip Kelly needed a running quarterback to make his Oregon offense work in Philadelphia, and he’s getting one in Michael Vick.
After much speculation that the Eagles and Vick would part ways this offseason due to the hefty amount of money left on Vick’s contract, the two sides have instead restructured Vick’s deal, according to the Eagles. What remains of the six-year, $100...
Like it or not, Mike Vick will have another chance with the Philadelphia Eagles.
Monday was supposed to be a day to put the spotlight on Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly and his coaching staff. Instead, Mike Vick stole the show.
Not literally. The quarterback was not present at the press conference. But word of his restructured contract to come to a one-year deal worth ...
On Tuesday February 12th, Eagles QB Michael Vick spoke for the first time about signing his new one year contract to stay with the Philadelphia Eagles. Vick was a Guest on ESPN Radio show Mike and Mike in the Morning and CBS Sports Radio’s Jim Rome Show. Here is what Vick had to say on…