Former NFL coach Tony Dungy said quarterback Michael Vick still has a lot to learn about his image.
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Michael Vick has a starting job he can call his own again. Eagles coach Andy Reid says Vick will take over as starter after two impressive performances in relief of the injured Kevin Kolb (KAHB).
Reid made the announcement just a day after saying Kolb would start Sunday at Jacksonville. Kolb missed the last six quarters because of a concussion.
Vick was Atlanta's starting quarterback before missing two seasons while serving an 18-month federal sentence for his role in a dogfighting ring.
His start in place of Kolb last week against Detroit, was his first in four years.