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Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports that sources have informed him that the Eagles are “unlikely” to make a decision regarding Michael Vick‘s future with the team before February 6.
This just happens to be the date in which the $3 million of Vick’s $15.5 million salary will become guaranteed.
La Canfora’s sources have mentioned that Vick is not willing to take a pay cut to remain with the Eagles. La Canfora adds that Philadelphia could try to shop Vick around the league following the start of the new league year on March 13.
New head coach Chip Kelly is still evaluating the Eagles situation, so we may not hear anything regarding Vick’s status until a few weeks into February.
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