Eagles backup quarterback Michael Vick told CSN Philly that he wants to be a starter next season somewhere in the NFL. If Vick cannot find a team that will sign him to be their starter, he would not rule out a return to the Eagles in a backup role.
Vick, who turns 34 in June, just completed his fifth season with the Eagles and has spent the second half of the season as the backup to Nick Foles. He won the starting job out of training camp but injured his hamstring in October and has not played since.
In his five seasons in Philadelphia, Vick has completed 59.5% of his passes for 9,984 yards with 57 touchdowns and just 33 interceptions. His numbers in Philadelphia under Andy Reid and Chip Kelly are much better than his time with Atlanta, the team that drafted him out of Virginia Tech.
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