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Vick Doesn't Sound Thrilled About Being an Eagle

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While being really, really careful not to say anything that would make waves, Philadelphia Eagles"quarterback" Michael Vick said yesterday that he's not thrilled about his role in the Philadelphia offense.He doesn't dig the Wildcat, and if it's up to him, he won't be doing it next year.

"It would be hard," Vick said of returning to the Eagles, according to excerpts released by NBC. "It would be an everyday struggle. But I would have to take that time to hone my skills and get better. I'm excited about the opportunity I have moving forward whether it's with Philadelphia or another team." [...]

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