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Kevin Kolb's comments hint that his old contract was becoming a problem

Though new Eagles starter Kevin Kolb had said or done nothing to suggest unhappiness with a contract that was due to pay him $550,000 in 2010, it appears that he didn’t like the situation one bit.

Upon meeting with the media after signing a new deal that pays out more than $12 million over two years, all of which is guaranteed, Kolb seemed to suggest that he was quietly clamoring for a raise.

Asked about the importance of getting the deal done before the start of minicamp on Friday, Kolb said, “”It was important.   We can put all this behind us now and look forward to the most important thing which is winning football games and getting prepared as possible with the guys that are out there.”

The phrase “put all this behind us” strongly implies that there was something that needed to be put behind them.  And that something would likely be Kolb’s displeasure with a deal that was due to pay him less than five percent of the money that the guy they ran out of town was due to earn.

In the end, the Eagles did the smart — and fair — thing.  If they want Kolb to be the starter, they needed to pay him like a starter.  Even at $12.25 million over two years, they’re getting a good deal, especially since Jake Delhomme is getting $7 million for only one.

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  1. Cincinnasty says: Apr 29, 2010 7:37 PM

    Chris Johnson’s base salary is roughly what Kolb’s was going to be..

  2. Chapnasty2 says: Apr 29, 2010 7:38 PM

    “The phrase “put all this behind us” strongly implies that there was something that needed to be put behind them.”
    It only suggests it to a guy who created a “rumor” mill and needs something to make his readers bitch about for the next 2 hours. Well played.

  3. SayItAin'tSoFlorio says: Apr 29, 2010 7:42 PM

    Cheap shot at Jake. How many NFL games has Kevin Kolb won?

  4. Brewster says: Apr 29, 2010 7:43 PM

    That’s what Brandon Marshall said to the Broncos, unfortunately no one was listening.

  5. ballhawk1 says: Apr 29, 2010 7:44 PM

    you are correct Florio you SIMP>>>it is so nitwit reporters like you continuously badger him with questions about his future and is the uncertainty of it affecting his play??

  6. MunichEagles says: Apr 29, 2010 7:45 PM

    Come on Mike Florio that´s worth a topic? Everyone knew that the Eagles won´t risk it to play out his contract.
    Even if they franchise him a team could be tempted to pay the prize for a new franchise QB.
    Due to this stupid 30% rule the contract talks took longer then Kolb wanted to. He´s glad this is solved before camp.

  7. posidelphia says: Apr 29, 2010 7:45 PM

    Possible things they’re putting behind them besides your asenine muckraking suggestion:
    1) The media’s questions about how Kolb could be a starter if he was playing in his last year.
    2) Other players fair or unfair questioning of whether or not to “follow” a guy in the last year and who possibly just replaced a guy they loved playing with.
    3) The whole McNabb thing – it really couldn’t be behind him until he had a new deal.
    4) He and his wife – they have two babies – he could’ve been talking about them wanting to be past the contract questionss.
    5) The complications of the 30% rule and the restrictions it puts on his agent and the Eagles
    Do I need to go on Flori? He’s not McNabb – every comment isn’t passive aggressive – this guy actually is just a 26 year old who means what he says. Don’t jade him and make him into a McNabb nightmare of a PR player. Let’s just enjoy the refreshing answers to questions and not make him regret every little thing you a-hole.

  8. Cincinnasty says: Apr 29, 2010 7:49 PM

    If someone gave me just one million… Well I’d buy a beat down house with no furniture, smoke weed, play guitar, look on the internet, order pizza, ignore my friends and famly … I’d probably never run out of money.. wait I feel like this has been tried before..

  9. nfcbeast says: Apr 29, 2010 7:55 PM

    No shit he wanted to get paid!
    This shows that the guy is a class act already, didn’t mouth off or complain behind McNabb.
    When asked if he wanted to start or go start somewhere else he only said that he knows his role and he understands the situation.
    Dude is another Andy Reid Favorite, no drama, get it done, everything disstracting/drama related is handled in house.
    Kolb 22 Tds 6 Int season, just throw it out there

  10. Shrodin says: Apr 29, 2010 7:56 PM

    Wow. Seriously? Mike, stop trying to dig for a story when there is nothing there. My god.

  11. TheFALZ says: Apr 29, 2010 7:58 PM

    i hope philly has QB problems for the next 11 years

  12. jl says: Apr 29, 2010 8:02 PM

    Welcome to the off season.

  13. SterilizeTHenry says: Apr 29, 2010 8:03 PM

    Cincinnasty says:
    April 29, 2010 7:49 PM
    If someone gave me just one million… Well I’d buy a beat down house with no furniture, smoke weed, play guitar, look on the internet, order pizza, ignore my friends and famly … I’d probably never run out of money.. wait I feel like this has been tried before..
    ———————————–
    I get where you were going, the whole Ricky Williams thing. It just wasn’t that funny. Nice try though.
    The Eagles must really see something in this guy. They already paid him for three years to do nothing..now they give him a huge raise. I hope they know what they are doing, because he didn’t earn that raise.

  14. Bird Man says: Apr 29, 2010 8:04 PM

    Anytime I see the word “hints” or “suggests” or “indicates” in a headline on this site, I just know you’re about to make something out of nothing.

  15. Pantherfan10 says: Apr 29, 2010 8:05 PM

    Lame cheap shot @ Jake, his contract was for cap relief, not cause he was a greedy bastard

  16. jreed says: Apr 29, 2010 8:08 PM

    Oh Jeeze! Really?!? Why are Douche-bag journalists always looking for a secret code in things? Hmmm, Didnt he say that the whole team will win together and fail together…is that Secret code for he will blame his teammates for failure? Or when he said the goal this year is to win the superbowl…Does that mean he will be cut in 2011 if he doesn’t win the big game?

  17. JaggedMark says: Apr 29, 2010 8:08 PM

    He should have ask for……100 billion dollars!
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jTmXHvGZiSY

  18. dannymac17 says: Apr 29, 2010 8:19 PM

    Cincinnasty says:
    April 29, 2010 7:49 PM
    If someone gave me just one million… Well I’d buy a beat down house with no furniture, smoke weed, play guitar, look on the internet, order pizza, ignore my friends and famly … I’d probably never run out of money.. wait I feel like this has been tried before..
    _______________________________
    Ricky? Jamarcus? Is that you?

  19. Big J says: Apr 29, 2010 8:21 PM

    The Eagles are paying all this money to someone they HOPE will be a star. What if he sucks as a full time starter? For a team that is suppose to be so smart with thier money, this seems a little foolish.

  20. BigBear123 says: Apr 29, 2010 8:21 PM

    Of course his backup making $5 mil had nothing to do with it.

  21. Chapnasty2 says: Apr 29, 2010 8:22 PM

    “Dude is another Andy Reid Favorite, no drama, get it done, everything disstracting/drama related is handled in house.”
    I guess you weren’t watching the 11 years of McNabb crying and acting like a spoiled brat? Fan bias leads to a lack of common sense in Philly.

  22. tacious says: Apr 29, 2010 8:23 PM

    @ nfcbeast
    My God… what the F are you even talking about… you have NO idea about anything!

  23. SJsports66 says: Apr 29, 2010 8:24 PM

    hahahaha “strongly implies”

  24. philcommander says: Apr 29, 2010 8:27 PM

    The eagles have been known for playing hardball with some contracts so my guess is that he was just a tiny bit worried that they may even try to pay the starting QB the wages of a kicker.
    Anyways…I have said it before and I will say it again…Kevin Kolb…Superbowl MVP…Get use to saying it girls!

  25. Tre-nitty says: Apr 29, 2010 8:27 PM

    Kevin Kolb is ass. The eagles will win 6 games this yr.

  26. rjgreen3 says: Apr 29, 2010 8:28 PM

    this guy hasn’t proven a damn thing yet! 6 & 10 for the eagles this yr…….

  27. NFreakinL says: Apr 29, 2010 8:32 PM

    28 TD’s, 9 INTs
    GO BIRDS!

  28. jreed says: Apr 29, 2010 8:34 PM

    @nfcbeast:
    I say Kolb will be more 26TD (total)- 12Ints. He will throw some pics. Unlike McNabb, His bad passes are still catchable and not in the dirt. I think Kolb will have stats like Favre. Lots of Ints but good yardage with plenty of TD’s

  29. Bwa Ha Ha says: Apr 29, 2010 8:43 PM

    nfcbeast, you are on the money.

  30. JohnnyH says: Apr 29, 2010 8:45 PM

    Keep digging Florio, keep digging.

  31. lurch's nyquil says: Apr 29, 2010 8:50 PM

    A diva already. tisktisk.

  32. jreed says: Apr 29, 2010 8:52 PM

    Huh, My Original post didnt get published.? I guess you cant call Florio a Douche!

  33. Smitty2K3 says: Apr 29, 2010 8:52 PM

    Once again, Florio, you are a moron.

  34. Fritticus Aurelius Maximus says: Apr 29, 2010 8:58 PM

    Kolb is Puss. I wonder what him and Andy have been “discsussing” in those football meetings…

  35. nfcbeast says: Apr 29, 2010 9:04 PM

    The Philadelphia media and the national media make big stories out of little incidents. The media just loves the philly storylines….
    Andy Reid isn’t the type of guy that gives the media something to write about, and alot of eagles fans hate him for it but he just doesnt go into details.
    “We need to improve on that”
    “We didnt get the job done today”
    “We’ll be taking a look at the film”
    He is a master of just answering with nothing…
    McNabb, yeah he got attacked by the pain popping dumbass Limbaugh and that brought up a bunch of crap.
    Whatever you say people Kolb is a class act and is gonna do a hell of a lot better than everyone thinks.
    I’m actually surprised nobody threw Vick out there as “drama”…interesting.
    As for Kolb’s stats next year, i checked out McNabb’s last year and it was 22 TD and 10 int
    Kolb is more accurate and is gonna have alot more completions than McNabb…sooooo i say 25 TD 5 Ints

  36. Litedp says: Apr 29, 2010 9:17 PM

    I don’t believe it is possible to be “quietly clamoring”

  37. NJBoysFan says: Apr 29, 2010 9:58 PM

    I don’t get how 550K without becoming a starter until this point is disrespect, and you just jump him up to 6mil. Its bananas. The NFL needs to just go to a performance based pay system. Where they pool all the player money at the end of the year, and they take everyone’s compiled stats and just break it down per formulas and pay these guys for what they just did not what they are gonna do. And yano you could just sign contracts that guarantee certain amounts years with a team under that umbrella and if u want toss in signing bonuses still to make free agency feasibleand say like guaranteed injury pay outs for levels of years of service. That way chumps like Delhomme/Roy Williams don’t rake to the bank while a guy like Chris Johnson is upset after a crazy season.

  38. .Vox Veritas. says: Apr 29, 2010 9:58 PM

    Would you consider Kevin Kolb a “franchise” QB, Florio?

  39. robert ethan says: Apr 29, 2010 9:59 PM

    Old one “was a problem”, new one will be a bigger problem. For the Eagles.

  40. antneejay2 says: Apr 29, 2010 10:05 PM

    I’m having trouble picturing someone “quietly clamoring”.

  41. KevinKolb4SB says: Apr 29, 2010 10:06 PM

    I saw the interview, Florio. You are making too much about nothing. Kolb just didn’t want financial talks going on during camp or during the pre-season. Anyone would be upset to be a starting QB and to be paid what he was being paid, particularily in a football market like Philly..

  42. Bious says: Apr 29, 2010 10:15 PM

    Holy Cow, I am not sure it was possible to read more into a common statement than you did

  43. BlondBlueDevils says: Apr 29, 2010 10:22 PM

    Matt “CHOKE” Ryan couldn’t replace Vick……..
    Kevin Kolb can’t replace McNabb……………
    End of conversation……………

  44. tea_jaye17 says: Apr 29, 2010 10:31 PM

    LOL!!!!!! i can’t believe some of you Philly fans and your predictions, 5 ints in a season!!! lets be realistic, even if hes good he’ll never live up to your ridiculous expectations. hes a secound round pick, cross your fingers and hope you don’t have to start jeff

  45. troll_aikman8 says: Apr 29, 2010 11:05 PM

    Diva QB

  46. Route36West says: Apr 29, 2010 11:15 PM

    May putting this all behind us means people like you.
    All we have heard over the past few monthes is all the Eagles qbs being in there last year. We have also heard talk through the media if Kolb would be the starter or will it be Vick. Or if Kolb doesnt preform will they bench him from Vick. Also some websites have been wrong stories about Kolb hating Eagles fans and wanting out. Maybe he was talking about that. Signing a contract extension certainly puts that behind him. Also he could just be talking about getting a deal done. Its nice to know for sure you will be somewhere for atleast another year. Maybe hes happy to get that behind him.
    Either way who cares. Theres nothing wrong with wanting a new contract especially when your in your last year of your orginal. Thats when players are suppose to be thinking about these things. As long as you handle it like Kolb did its fine. Thats all that matters.
    Now I dont think thats what he meant. I think your just trying to make something out nothing but even if it is its fine by me. It would probably even make me happier if it was true because it would let me know he would handle himself like a professional in the future if something like contract problems ever comes up.

  47. Route36West says: Apr 29, 2010 11:33 PM

    tea_jaye17 says:
    April 29, 2010 10:31 PM
    LOL!!!!!! i can’t believe some of you Philly fans and your predictions, 5 ints in a season!!! lets be realistic, even if hes good he’ll never live up to your ridiculous expectations. hes a second round pick, cross your fingers and hope you don’t have to start jeff
    _______________________________
    Im an Eagles fan and I actually agree with you. Mcnabb is the greatest of all time in NFL history at passes to interceptions ratio. So saying because Mcnabb threw 22 tds and 10 interceptions last year so Kolb will throw 25 tds and 5 interceptions next year is asinine.
    No way the Eagles go from having the best in history to the very next guy topping him.
    I think Kolb will end up being a top 10 qb by years end. But he will throw ints. He has already shown he has a propensity for it. I think that has alot to do with having limit playing time and will get better at it once he gets a chance to get use to game speed on a consistent bases. But still there will be a learning curve and Kolb will throw picks.
    IMO it will be more like 26tds 16ints in year 1. Who knows he might throw less. He might be 1 of the best at not throwing picks but you cant come out the box after all the picks he has already thrown and say things like he will throw 5 ints because you make us sound stupid.
    I mean come on along with the back to back 300 yard games and all the tds he also threw 5 ints.

  48. alexnexus says: Apr 30, 2010 12:00 AM

    Another “Rainman” like post!
    The stupid-genious comes out and it doesn’t disappoints!!

  49. DirtDawg55 says: Apr 30, 2010 12:38 AM

    Why is the assumption Kolb was unhappy with his contract? What remotely even hints at that? Is it possible the Eagles, knowing Kolb was the new starter, wanted to ensure he got paid starter money? As any team would? Could they have approached him and said, we’re going to do a new deal? Heck, could Kolb’s agent have made the suggestion that since Kolb was now the starter and not some mid-round draft pick warming the pine that it was time to approach the Eagles for starter money and Kolb said “sure, why not, that makes sense”? And all of that is what Kolb is happy to put behind him, which is a common sense thing to say to a routine transaction that happens hundreds of times in the offseason?
    Talk about reaching for a story.

  50. Larry Centers says: Apr 30, 2010 12:56 AM

    I cannot wait until McNabb sticks it up Philly’s a*s! Two times, next year! LOL.
    Kolb who…good luck. At least the Phillies have a chance and then, there’s Rocky Balboa….

  51. Steve W. says: Apr 30, 2010 1:53 AM

    # rjgreen3 says: April 29, 2010 8:28 PM
    this guy hasn’t proven a damn thing yet! 6 & 10 for the eagles this yr…….
    ____________________________
    Can someone please explain this comment to me? If he hasn’t proven anything yet, then you can’t say anything definitive about how the Eagles will do. In other words, if he hasn’t proven anything yet, how can you state so clearly that the Eagles are going to lose because of him? Rarely have I seen two more contradictory statements placed so closely together.

  52. Norrec says: Apr 30, 2010 4:22 AM

    @NJBoysFan
    That is quite possibly the dumbest idea I have ever had the misfortune to read. If you sign a contract to make a certain amount for X years, you’re bound to that contract. End of story. Chris Johnson should be pissed he didn’t sign a shorter contract. Obviously at the time he thought he was getting a good deal. Hindsight is a bitch, but now those players have to live with what they’ve signed.

  53. Bwa Ha Ha says: Apr 30, 2010 6:25 AM

    Vox, The Eagles consider Kolb to be a franchise QB
    That’s who matters in this, not Florio, not you either.

  54. clemenza says: Apr 30, 2010 6:48 AM

    this guy has proven nothing in the NFL,how does this affect Desean Jackson who is a star in the league and is paid peanuts…do a story on that Florio

  55. CJ says: Apr 30, 2010 7:53 AM

    # rjgreen3 says: April 29, 2010 8:28 PM
    this guy hasn’t proven a damn thing yet! 6 & 10 for the eagles this yr…….
    ____________________________
    Rarely have I seen two more contradictory statements placed so closely together.
    _____________________________
    You must be new here, then :)

  56. Mooch says: Apr 30, 2010 7:54 AM

    “hes a second round pick, cross your fingers and hope you don’t have to start jeff”
    Yeah, only 1st rounders like Tim Couch, Cade McNown, Akili Smith, and Alex Smith make it in the NFL. It’s a proven fact.
    I mean, no 6th rounder could ever win the Super Bowl or throw 50+ TD’s! A guy like that would get killed in a market like Boston!
    Or worse yet, you pull some washed up Navy vet in round 10 to be the QB for a legacy franchise like Dallas! That would be a total failure!
    Lemme guess, a Redskins fan? Redskin fans are like LA fans, they have zero knowledge of the game, don’t buy tickets, and can’t be bothered to pay attention past Halloween.
    In fact, it’s become cliche to note that later round QB’s have done better than 1st rounders. Some examples…
    Montana – 3rd
    Favre – 2nd
    Fouts – 3rd
    Tarkenton – 3rd
    Anderson – 3rd
    Sipe – 13th
    Thiesman – 4th
    Gannon – 4th
    Hasselbeck – 6th
    T Green – 8th
    Rypien – 6th

  57. Mooch says: Apr 30, 2010 7:57 AM

    Kolb stats for 2010…
    330 completions
    3,365 yards
    21 TDs
    13 INTs
    Would you say those stats suck for a 1st year starter? I don’t.

  58. coxypoo says: Apr 30, 2010 7:59 AM

    Kevin Kolb eats poop

  59. lurch's nyquil says: Apr 30, 2010 8:03 AM

    BlondBlue, dude you are either seriously delusional or a serious racist, Please share with us which one it is. You can not back up any of your posts with any kind of stats. Your black QB theory has no legs. Mike Vick can not even beat out a white boy who has barely played in the league. He is a gimmick and nothing more. JaWalrus now he is a different story, you should be proud of that brother. He figured out how to steal millions of dollars with doing nothing but eating. Typical.

  60. Dawkphan says: Apr 30, 2010 8:30 AM

    Kevin Kolb is Unproven so far. But I am not ready to bury him or annoint him just yet, but
    I am willing to give him time to prove himself to the team and Fanbase. From what Iv’e seen of this Kid is that he is sharp, a good arm , has a Great attitude, and is a class act. Good Luck this Season , Growing Pains are tough.

  61. BirdsFan4Life says: Apr 30, 2010 9:08 AM

    For everyone saying the Eagles gave Kolb too much for being an unproven starter – what’s Bradford’s contract going to look like? What about Tebow – QB’s drafted in the first round – in fact every player drafted in the first round makes way more than they are worth….
    Eagles did this deal the right way. First, because Vick is scheduled to make $6M as his back-up – now there is the mistake the Eagles made. Second, it’s only a 2 year deal to let them see what they have in Kolb as a starter for the next 18-20 months. If he turns out to be the player they think he is, they give him a long term deal next year or mid way through the 2012 season. If he’s not, then cut him loose or trade him and look to draft another QB in 2011/2012 – especially if Kafka doesn’t look like he can be the starter.

  62. .Vox Veritas. says: Apr 30, 2010 9:17 AM

    “Im an Eagles fan and I actually agree with you. Mcnabb is the greatest of all time in NFL history at passes to interceptions ratio.”
    Where do you guys get this crap? Ever heard of Neil ODonnell?

  63. .Vox Veritas. says: Apr 30, 2010 9:18 AM

    “Vox, The Eagles consider Kolb to be a franchise QB
    That’s who matters in this, not Florio, not you either.”
    Bwa Ha Ha, I didn’t ask you. You don’t matter in this.

  64. Dice14 says: Apr 30, 2010 9:54 AM

    Florio, terrible. Who do you know in their professional life that isn’t “quietly clamoring for a raise”? I bet your broke-a*s is quietly clamoring for a raise, too.
    What would have been an appropriate assumption to make is the fact that Kolb was in the last year of his contract. Let’s say the Eagles don’t extend his contract and he has a breakout year. Now Kolb can test the market.
    When your back-up is making $5.5mm, paying your starter $6mm/year makes sense. Get some common sense and keep quietly clamoring for that raise.

  65. myeaglescantwin says: Apr 30, 2010 10:09 AM

    NJ boys fan., YOU’RE AN ASS CLOWN
    then how would players decide what team to play for.
    youre idea is terrible / i dont have time to thoroughly pick you apart. but know i want to

  66. tombrookshire says: Apr 30, 2010 10:15 AM

    Cincinnasty says:
    April 29, 2010 7:49 PM
    If someone gave me just one million… Well I’d buy a beat down house with no furniture, smoke weed, play guitar, look on the internet, order pizza, ignore my friends and famly … I’d probably never run out of money.. wait I feel like this has been tried before..
    ___________________________________
    Yeah, I think it was Shawn Andrews??!! But he has enough money to keep him in this lifestyle the rest of his life.

  67. Mooch says: Apr 30, 2010 10:21 AM

    Being a risk-averse QB that holds the ball too long doesn’t get you into the HOF. Ask Neil O’Donnell.
    McNabb’s numbers are not even close to HOF level. He has to get a ring.
    Look at Boomer Esiason’s career stats. Then look at McNabb and add 2 years at last year’s level of production. At 13 years they are almost identical.

  68. NJBoysFan says: Apr 30, 2010 10:28 AM

    @Norrec
    IDK if you really follow football, but your rookie contract is tiered upon where you are drafted and teams sign you to X amount of years so they can squat on your cheap managable contract. Until you out perform it, then they squat on it some more. So you want to tell me that its CJ’s fault he was over looked coming outta HS and had to go to East Carolina and put up great numbers there but wasn’t drafted in the same slot as say a Ricky Williams/Cedric Benson and therefore didn’t sign a behemoth contract. These guys should be paid and assessed on a season to season basis just like everyone else is that works, except school teachers but thats an whole other can of worms.

  69. themage78 says: Apr 30, 2010 10:35 AM

    philcommander says:
    April 29, 2010 8:27 PM
    The eagles have been known for playing hardball with some contracts so my guess is that he was just a tiny bit worried that they may even try to pay the starting QB the wages of a kicker.
    Anyways…I have said it before and I will say it again…Kevin Kolb…Superbowl MVP…Get use to saying it girls!
    ————————————————-
    Guess I won’t have to get used to saying it when he plays against a great defense like the Ravens. Oh wait how’d he do in that game? oh he played like cr*p. That’s right. Welcome to the Michael Vick era of the Iggles. We all know how well he got his team over the hump in atlanta.

  70. tkotanch says: Apr 30, 2010 12:45 PM

    You are soooooo rrrreeaaccchhhinng with this article…come on. The guy didn’t say anything and all of a sudden his contract was an issue? Are you bored or something? And oh by the way..the Eagles stepped up and paid him…controversy over..not that there really was one.

  71. JunkYardDogg1156 says: Apr 30, 2010 2:49 PM

    themage78 says:
    April 30, 2010 10:35 AM
    philcommander says:
    April 29, 2010 8:27 PM
    The eagles have been known for playing hardball with some contracts so my guess is that he was just a tiny bit worried that they may even try to pay the starting QB the wages of a kicker.
    Anyways…I have said it before and I will say it again…Kevin Kolb…Superbowl MVP…Get use to saying it girls!
    ————————————————-
    Guess I won’t have to get used to saying it when he plays against a great defense like the Ravens. Oh wait how’d he do in that game? oh he played like cr*p. That’s right. Welcome to the Michael Vick era of the Iggles. We all know how well he got his team over the hump in atlanta.
    ———————————————-
    Really?? Over the hump?
    2-2 in playoff games, never progressing past the 2nd round. No one knew it at the time but the GB win was just the start of a string of disappointing, poor playoff performances by Farve.
    MV never threw for over 20 TD’s in a season.
    Last 2 seasons in Atlanta:
    8-7
    7-9
    OH yeah, a GREAT QB. If he was as good behind center as he is at serial torture & murder of sick animals, he’d be the best of all time. As a human being, he is a defective, soulless POS. On the field he’s another failed project @ QB, a carnival act, a gimmick at best.

  72. Mooch says: Apr 30, 2010 5:23 PM

    Michael “Gizmo” Vick won’t see 50 snaps this season. If he had 5th round value he’d be on another team.

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