The Philadelphia Eagles appear poised to move on from the Michael Vick era after the 2012 season. The Eagles can cut Vick before the Super Bowl and have no financial obligation for 2013, but if they cut him after the Super Bowl, he is guaranteed to earn $3 million dollars.
That is why the Eagles need to make a decision on their quarterback immediately.
The Eagles could also trade Vick in order to get some value back if someone else is willing to take on the risk of a 32-year-old quarterback. In any event, the Eagles last place finish in the NFC East this season is cause for a shake-up in the City of Brotherly Love.
However, one thing is certain: the Philadelphia Eagles—and their fans—are ready to turn the page on the Michael Vick era.
The Eagles have the choice to stick with rookie quarterback Nick Foles, who obviously needs more time to develop. They could also draft a quarterback from the mediocre crop of college quarterbacks in this year's class or try to engineer a trade for a competent quarterback from another team.
Lets take a look at the different quarterback options that are available for the Philadelphia Eagles heading into 2013.