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Michael Vick could be auditioning to be Chip Kelly's quarterback in 2013.
Just like Jim Harbaugh with Alex Smith, Chip Kelly could be Michael Vick's savior.
With the New York Jets having a lot of cap issues with Mark Sanchez's contract, there is no guarantee that Vick will fit in The Big Apple. Vick may not be able to be the clear-cut starter with any organization for that matter, which is what he wants to be, according to ESPN.
Vick's mobility makes it clear that he is currently the only available quarterback in this league who could run the zone-read spread offense effectively. The one big concern is his injury history, as he has never finished a complete season, and the option will open him up to a lot of hits.
Vick's chances to remain in Philadelphia may greatly increase this week with Nick Foles out and Vick likely to start. Vick feels this week's game against the Giants is a great opportunity for him (The Philadelphia Inquirer via NFL.com).
Foles has played extremely well for a third-round rookie without one of his top receivers, DeSean Jackson, on the field. He also played in a spread offense in college at Arizona. Furthermore, Kelly played against him in the then-PAC-10, so he knows what he can and can't do.
With early draft picks leading to a potentially great fit in a Kelly spread offense, like Florida State's E.J. Manuel, there would be at least three options Kelly could go to for his quarterback.