Eagles keep their options open

Philadelphia's QB deals leave it the financial flexibility to re-sign Vick

Originally Published: September 24, 2010
By Adam Schefter | ESPN.com

When the Philadelphia Eagles announced Kevin Kolb's contract extension in April, they didn't announce another significant component of the deal.

Kolb's extension left Philadelphia the financial flexibility to commit to Michael Vick.

Philadelphia is paying Kolb $11.4 million this season, but it drops to only $1.4 million next season, when Vick is scheduled to become a free agent. Philadelphia is going to be able to pay big money to one of its quarterbacks next season, and right ...

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