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Eagles head coach Andy Reid told reports that Michael Vick will be the team’s No. 3 quarterback for this weekend’s game against the Washington Redskins, per Jeff McLane.
Vick has finally recovered from the concussion symptoms that he had been dealing with for a number of weeks now, but this decision is clearly designed to minimize distractions for the team.Philadelphia will keep rookie Nick Foles in place as their starter for the rest of the season with Trent Edwards as his backup.
It’s basically a foregone conclusion that Vick will be released at the end of the season, rather than pay him a staggering $15.5 million next season.
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