Michael Vick’s job might not be so certain

Vick playing for roster spot?: What once seemed certain could be less so as we approach training camp. Michael Vick could be a camp casualty if Eagles head coach Chip Kelly becomes enamored with Nick Foles and rookie Matt Barkley, according to CSNPhilly.com’s Geoff Mosher. We’ll take a wait-and-see attitude before freaking out over this one. Philadelphia has thrown up quite a few smokescreens about its QB situation so far this offseason, so it won’t be easy to get a true read on what’s going on here until we start to see some game action. For the moment, proceed as though Vick is going to be the man under center.

Romo to be ready for camp: After surgery to remove a cyst from his back, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo is reportedly on track to be ready for training camp. It’s not big news, but it’s reassuring to know that he’ll be ready when the season begins. Cowboys fans might have a love-hate relationship with Romo, but he should be universally respected by fantasy owners since he’s finished as a top 10 quarterback in three of the past four seasons.

RB rotation coming in Denver?: As we surmised last week, the Broncos running back situation could look a lot like the backfield committee in New Orleans. That’s the same premise that Gray Caldwell of DenverBroncos.com comes to when talking about Montee Ball’s chances to be the team’s starter. While it’s certainly possible that the rookie will sit atop the depth chart, it’s no guarantee that he’ll see a wide majority of Denver’s carries — not as long as Ronnie Hillman and Knowshon Moreno are lurking about.

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