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Technically, Vick’s deal covers three years

Technically, Vick’s deal covers three years

We’ve picked up some more details regarding Mike Vick’s new contract with the Eagles. So since we have them, we may as well use them. For starters, a source with knowledge of the deal tells PFT that it’s actually a three-year deal.  But the final t
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  • Vick deal could put Carson Palmer in a pinch

    Vick deal could put Carson Palmer in a pinch

    profootballtalk.com Feb 11, 2013
    The Eagles owed quarterback Mike Vick $15.5 million for 2013.  They’ll pay him considerably less. The Raiders owe quarterback Carson Palmer $13 million for 2013.  Vick’s new deal could provide the template for a similar arrangement. Though many assu
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  • All signs point to the Eagles having a "versatile" 3-4 defense

    All signs point to the Eagles having a "versatile" 3-4 defense

    philly.com Feb 11, 2013
    The Eagles don’t want a defense that is predictable. So when reporters tried their best to pin Chip Kelly and new defensive coordinator Bill Davis on whether the Eagles would remain a 4-3 defense or adopt a 3-4, they gave few details.
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  • Pat Shurmur expects Chip Kelly to call Eagles plays

    Pat Shurmur expects Chip Kelly to call Eagles plays

    philly.com Feb 11, 2013
    Eagles head coach Chip Kelly, known to quip more than his predecessor, Andy Reid, wasn't exactly forthright. But he was amusing when talking about how the team's play-calling duties will work between him and new offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur.
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  • Braman, ex-Eagles owner: No tax money for Dolphins stadium

    Braman, ex-Eagles owner: No tax money for Dolphins stadium

    philly.com Feb 11, 2013
    Norman Braman, who became a billionaire thanks to Florida car dealerships and investments in fine art and the Philadelphia Eagles, is no fan of taxes paying to upgrade Sun Life Stadium for the Miami Dolphins.
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  • Ex-Eagles owner: Dolphins stadium “welfare for a multi-billiona…

    Ex-Eagles owner: Dolphins stadium “welfare for a multi-billionaire”

    profootballtalk.com Feb 11, 2013
    The former owner of the Philadelphia Eagles is one of the most outspoken critics of plans to use taxpayer dollars to renovate the Miami Dolphins’ stadium. Norman Braman, an auto magnate who bought the Eagles from Leonard Tose in 1985 and sold the franch
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  • Video - NFL32OT: Vick Remains An Eagle 02:34

    NFL32OT: Vick Remains An Eagle

    Feb 11
    Episode 266: Adam Schefter breaks down Michael Vick's deal with the Eagles. The NFL32 crew discuss Rob Gronkowski's recent off-field behavior.
  • Video - How do Philadelphia Eagles fix their defense? 00:58

    How do Philadelphia Eagles fix their defense?

    Feb 11
    Willie McGinest discusses how Chip Kelly and the Philadelphia Eagles can improve their talented defense in 2013 after an unsuccessful 2012 campaign.
  • Video - Will Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly's offense work in the NFL? 02:20

    Will Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly's offense work in the NFL?

    Feb 11
    The "NFL Total Access" crew debates if Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly's offense can succeed in the NFL.
  • Video - Michael Vick contract details 02:52

    Michael Vick contract details

    Feb 11
    Ian Rapoport has the latest on the Philadelphia Eagles resigning of Michael Vick and how that deal affects San Francisco 49ers quarterback Alex Smith.

Sports Columnists

  • Peter King: Looking back at Greg Roman's play calling, more mail

    Feb 11
    In the coming years, when I think about the Super Bowl just played, I know I'll think about the play that might have been: third-and-goal from the Baltimore 5. Colin Kaepernick, at the snap of the ball, took one step back and Frank Gore roared in front …
  • Clayton's mailbag: Big spending, subpar results

    Feb 11
    The teams that spent the most in 2012 got little bang for their buck. Plus, answers to reader questions.