Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick told NFL.com that he believes he has another four years left in the league and will hold out for a starting job in the offseason. The Eagles can release Vick after the Super Bowl without any more money owed to him, and that is what many expect to happen after rookie Nick Foles has had moderate success but at a much cheaper price tag.
Whether or not Oregon head coach Chip Kelly leaves the college level for the NFL may have an affect on where Vick decides to go, assuming he becomes a free agent. The Cardinals, Jaguars, Chiefs, and Jets could just be a few of the vacancies next year.
Fantasy Take: Vick was basically the fantasy MVP in 2010 and that really was not that long ago. He is also only 32, which could slow down a big part of his game, but does not mean that he would be completely finished as a quarterback.
The prospect of Vick hooking up with Kelly and Larry Fitzgerald in Arizona could be too exciting to ignore.