The Eagles and Michael Vick have agreed to a restructured deal that will keep him with the team in 2013, but how is his fantasy value affected?
It’s no way to win over the ladies, Michael Vick. But at least the Eagles QB apologized.
Jason Smith examines if it’s time to deal away your underperforming fantasy players in exchange for some newer blood.
Posted: Thursday, October 6th, 2011 | jasonfsmith1 Tags: Aaron Rodgers, Drew Brees, Michael Vick, Philip Rivers, Tom Brady, Cam Newton, Eli Manning, Kyle Orton, Mark Sanchez, Matt Hasselbeck, Matt Ryan, Ryan Fitzpatrick
Eli Manning tops Jason Smith’s list of the fantasy quarterbacks outside of the top five to target.
Since misery loves company, here’s a chance for fantasy owners to vent about what they would have done differently in Week 4.
About 24 hours after the Eagles were downed at home by the Giants, coach Andy Reid took the podium Monday to reveal QB Michael Vick does not have a broken non-throwing hand like originally diagnosed.
Michael Vick took part in a morning walk-through with the Eagles Wednesday morning, clearly a positive step in his recovery from the concussion he suffered Sunday night.
As we await Eagles practice Wednesday, not much really has changed on the Michael Vick injury front.
Posted: Tuesday, September 20th, 2011 | NFL.com Staff Tags: Andy Reid, Atlanta Falcons, Blaine Gabbert, Dallas Cowboys, First and 10, Floyd Mayweather, Jesse Holley, Michael Vick, New York Giants, Nick Collins, Philadelphia Eagles, San Francisco 49ers, Victor Ortiz,
If you missed Sunday’s three most dramatic games, or if you just want to watch them again, tune into NFL Network beginning Tuesday at 8 p.m. ET.
In many ways the Eagles took a calculated risk trading capable backup Kevin Kolb during the offseason. Was trading Kolb the right move?
Michael Vick suffered a concussion
Eagles QB Michael Vick left Sunday night’s game against the Falcons during the third quarter after taking a shot to the head from his own teammate.
It promises to be one of the most memorable reunions in a long time: Michael Vick heading back to Atlanta as the Eagles’ starting QB to face his old team, the Falcons.
Michael Vick‘s six-year, $100 million contract will void to a five-year, $80 million deal if he meets minor playing time requirements in any of the first five seasons, which, barring catastrophic injury, he will.
With Michael Vick the latest player to receive a massive new deal and shed the franchise tag, I figured this was a good time to look at other players who are either in negotiations with their teams or will begin talks shortly.