The chatter on talk radio in Philadelphia on Monday morning was whether a quarterback controversy was brewing. Michael Vick ended the loss against the Packers with a solid performance after starter Kevin Kolb exited with a concussion.
Jordan Raanan of CSNPhilly.com writes that it's "unlikely" Kolb will make his next start. He won't be able to practice until Friday assuming he passes the remaining concussion tests.
Meanwhile, Eagles coach Andy Reid doused water on the quarterback controversy fire that was brewing.
"That's now what's happening … Kevin Kolb is the No. 1 quarterback," coach Andy Reid said.
If Kolb can't go next week, he'll once again be replaced by Vick.
Check out Bleeding Green Nation for more on Kevin Kolb's concussion.