Vick has been playing with the first team the entire spring as he competes for the starting job with Nick Foles, although Foles has also been getting his fair share of first-team reps. Rookie Matt Barkley is also in the mix, but he's expected to sit and learn in his first year. Dennis Dixon and G.J. Kinne are camp bodies at best.
Chip Kelly refuses to name a starting quarterback in May, and a lot can happen between now and September, but for now it looks like Vick has the inside track to the starting job despite his struggles last season. Vick threw 10 interceptions and lost five fumbles in 10 games. Foles started six games while Vick sat out with a concussion.