New coach Chip Kelly doesn't want any more quarterback depth chart questions. That's fair until training camp starts. Vick says he's matured and that he understands "what it takes to compete," but the real takeaway from these organized team activities: Nick Foles has a legitimate chance to beat out Vick.
Chip Kelly hasn't reinvented the wheel. It doesn't mean he won't be a great coach. The first-year head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles has implemented some new methods at the team's recent OTAs and minicamp, but nothing that spectacular.
It was the final full-team practice of the spring and Nick Foles left a lasting impression on the coaching staff. From start to finish, the second-year quarterback had one of his best days of the offseason.
Vinny Curry has every right to be worried right now, every right to be sucking down anti-depressants as if they were Jujyfruits. But he's not. "The way I look at it," the Eagles' second-year defensive end said, "I've been to the bottom of the barrel already. The only place to go from here is up."
Titus Young, the former Lions receiver who was in jail for four weeks after multiple arrests on a slew of charges, has been released. The Orange County Jail's website says Young was released after bond was posted.
It's been a quiet offseason for free agent tight end Kellen Winslow, who claimed in March that multiple teams were interested in him but hasn't seen that alleged interest turn into a contract offer. But Winslow has finally found a team that's at least interested enough to take a look.