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Eagles head coach Chip Kelly announced that quarterback Nick Foles will start in their preseason finale.
Nick Foles will start vs. NYJ, he and Matt Barkley will get predominant amount of snaps.
— Eagles Insider (@EaglesInsider) August 26, 2013
With Michael Vick slated as the Eagles week one starter, it doesn’t make sense to have him play at all in the Eagles final preseason game.
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