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Michael Vick in Trouble Again?

23 Jul

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick job may be in jeopardy.

The Eagles open training camp with a depth chart of Michael Vick as the starter, Nick Foles as the second string quarterback, and the rookie from USC Matt Barkley in the third string role. However, the backups don’t see their role this season in the shadow of Michael Vick.


Nick Foles told reporters on Monday that he thinks he will be the Philadelphia Eagles starter this season. He went on to tell PhillyMag.com that “I don’t think we play this game to sit on the bench. We play it to play, and I’m here to play.”

Matt Barkley comes into Philly with high expectations. He like Foles, feels that he has a chance to surface as the starter once the preseason schedule is complete.

No matter who wins the job they will have to impress the eyes of a highly critical attention to detail head coach. Chip Kelly won’t start the season with a quarterback that can’t live up to the attention to detail that he requires his quarterback to have. Vick has a few weeks to prove that he is the guy.

NFL QB’s To Watch

11 Aug

FoxSports Sam Rosen and Chad Pennington takes a minute to discuss a few quarterbacks to watch in the NFL. Their list include Jay Cutler, Cam Newton, and Kevin Kolb.

“Wired Up” 2010 Season

30 Jan

NFL Films Presents Wired Up
2010 season review

NFL Daily Rundown 9/22

22 Sep

Andy Reid has confirmed that Michael Vick will be the starting QB of the Eagles. During his Tuesday press conference Reid said, “Michael Vick is playing out of his mind right now, and that’s a beautiful thing”

According to Jason LaCanfora of NFL.com the New Orleans Saints might bring back veteran RB Ladell Betts for depth after Reggie Bush injury

The Washington Redskins cut RB Larry Johnson

Brandon Jacobs fined $10,000 by the NFL on Tuesday for throwing his helmet into the crowd Sunday night

Falcons RB Jerious Norwood is out for the season with a torn ACL

Texans Duane Brown suspended four games under the leagues performance enhancing substance policy.

NFL Statement: “Duane Brown of the Houston Texans has been suspended without pay for four games for violating the NFL policy on performance enhancing substances. Brown’s suspension begins immediately. He will be eligible to return to the Texans’ active roster on Monday, October 18 following the team’s October 17 game against the Kansas City Chiefs.”

Patriots Kevin Faulk out for the season with torn ACL

Ravens head coach John Harbaugh has been fined $15,000 for making physical contact with a game official

Reggie Bush will miss four-to-six weeks with a fracture in his fibula

Mike Tannenbaum told The Associated Press that Braylon Edwards will be active this week despite being arrested for drunken driving.

Jacksonville Jaguars QB Luke McCown placed on injured reserve

The Michael Vick Project Has Come To An End

25 Aug

One year after having his own reality show on BET (Black Entertainment Television), Michael Vick is ending it. The show titled The Michael Vick Project was expected to return for a second season. Vick says “They asked me to do it.  I don’t have that lifestyle,” “I put a stop to that.”  So as quickly as it began it ended.

Vick has many more pressing problems to deal with. Having a camera crew following him around and trying to get his life back to normal after being released from jail is enough. Not to mention he is a professional football quarterback. Though the money is much-needed, he can do without it.

49ers Sign Former Eagle Brian Westbrook

17 Aug

For weeks the rumor mill has been turning about where the once great running back will end up. The Washington Redskins and St. Louis Rams were the teams that showed the most interest. However, RB Brian Westbrook signed with the 49ers. Westbrook last year played for the Eagles before suffering a concussion that sat him out most of the year. Apparently, the problems with his concussions must have sat well with the 49ers medical team. According to Jason La Canfora of NFL Network, the deal is worth only $1.25 million.