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Chip Kelly is just delaying the inevitable by waiting to name Michael Vick as the starting quarterback of the Philadelphia Eagles come opening day. Mark it down, book it, it’s a wrap, it’s set in stone – whatever phrase you want to say, just know that when they officially announce the starter, expect to hear Vick’s name. I stated this back in May and that appears to be the way it’s shaping up. Vick has performed very well in camp and in the two preseason games so far. Foles has also performed well, but Vick has been just a little better. By now, it just seems almost obvious Vick will be the starter so why not just get it over with and announce it? I like Foles and feel he is capable of leading the offense this year and there is a good part of me that prefers him over Vick. The main reason for that is because we’ve seen Vick for 10 years and I don’t completely buy into the notion that just because he’ll be in Kelly’s offense, that he’ll all of a sudden be a different player. Howeve
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The Philadelphia Eagles' starting quarterback job is Michael Vick's to lose.
Philly.com's Jimmy Kempski tweeted Saturday that the veteran passer took the lion's share of first-team reps in Saturday's practice with Nick Foles settling in with the second unit.
As SiriusXM NFL Radio's Adam Caplan notes it's the first time we've seen such a clear distinction...
The Eagles have finally selected Mike Vick to start at quarterback under new coach Jim Kelly’s regime and things seem to be looking, up as new energy seems to be flowing through the streets of Philadelphia. After a horrible season in 2012 (4-12) the Eagles exist as one of those teams that are extremely difficult to figure out coming into the new NFL season. Will they be a surprise...
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Nick Foles engaged starting quarterback Michael Vick in healthy competition this offseason.
He did not end up as the team’s number one guy but according to Eagles coach Chip Kelly he took the bad news well.
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Despite Chip Kelly's protestations to the contrary it's been obvious that Michael Vick would beat out Nick Foles for the Eagles starting job. And now it's official with Kelly naming Vick the starter on Tuesday for Philadelphia's Week 1 opening matchup against the Redskins.
Vick who re-negotiated his deal with the Eagles prior to the season dominated this preseason...
As expected after two solid performances in the first two preseason games and a very good training camp, Eagles quarterback Michael Vick has won the starting job over Nick Foles.Fantasy Spin:Vick is just the best fit for Chip Kelly's offense. On Thursday he was better at getting the ball downfield than Foles or Matt Barkley and went 9-for-10 for 105 yards. His only blemish was...
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Vick looked sharp in the preseason opener last week. The preseason doesn't mean much, but for Vick it does. He is battling for the starting quarterback position in Philadelphia and it looks like it's his job...
Eagles HC Chip Kelly announced on Tuesday that Michael Vick has won the competition and will be their starting quarterback this season.
Kelly added that Nick Foles will be on their final 53-man roster.
Vick, 33, has put together a very strong training camp, despite having to learn a new offense. The Eagles gave Foles a legitimate shot at winning the job, but it has been pretty...
Welcome to Around the NFL: NFC East edition. We take a look at the Philadelphia Eagles and the division they play in, the NFC East.
Breaking news: Michael Vick has been named the starting QB by Chip Kelly:[Philly.com]
Training camp 2013
A look back at some of the action in Thursday’s win over Carolina: [Philly.com- Jimmy Kempski]
Training camp roundup:[PhiladelphiaEagles.com] ...
Michael Vick persevered and won the Eagles quarterback job.
His running back thinks it shows what type of leader Vick is. LeSean McCoy and DeSean Jackson reportedly stated Vick winning the job shows his true leadership.
McCoy: The competition really showed Mike Vick's leadership #Eagles
— Eagles Insider (@EaglesInsider) August 20, 2013
"Since day 1, I honestly thought...
On Tuesday, ESPN's Adam Schefter reported that Michael Vick has officially been named the Philadelphia Eagles' starter at quarterback.
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Philadelphia Eagles first-year head coach Chip Kelly has named Michael Vick the team's starting quarterback for its Week 1 game against the Washington Redskins.
The Philadelphia Eagles’ quarterback competition finally came to a close on Tuesday, when Chip Kelly officially named Michael Vick the team’s starting quarterback. He has beaten out second-year signal-caller Nick Foles for the job. For those who have watched the Eagles during the preseason, the move is not a surprise. Vick has been incredibly sharp […]
If you told me last December that Michael Vick would be the Philadelphia Eagles' Week 1 starting quarterback, I would assume either Nick Foles suffered a nasty injury before the team had a chance to cut Vick, or the world is coming to an end.Vick finished 2012 with 12 TDs against 10 INTs with only 2,362 yards in 10 games played. He also had a case of the fumble-itis last year...
13) Those incredibly tiresome people who need to tell you how they can never root for Vick based on his past don't need to learn any new talking points
12) Vick's inevitable post-football bankruptcy just got pushed back a few more weeks
11) Chip Kelly just gave him the job so he can show up Andy Reid by actually having him stay healthy and take care of...
The purpose behind Quick Hits is to catch you up on the most important news, notes, and links that you may have missed from the day prior. Without further ado, here are Wednesday’s quick hits:
1. Head Coach, Chip Kelly officially named Michael Vick the starting quarterback for Week 1 of the regular season, ending the quarterback battle.
2. Kenny Phillips made his return to practice...