Philadelphia, PA (Sports Network) - The Philadelphia Eagles and quarterback
Michael Vick have agreed to a restructured contract.
The Eagles did not release details, but ESPN has reported it to be a one-year
deal for 2013.
Vick has spent the past four seasons with the Eagles, starting 35 games over
the past three years, but will likely now compete with Nick Foles for the
starting job under new head coach Chip Kelly.
More to follow.
The Sports Network