According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the team agreed to a restructured, one-year deal with the veteran quarterback.
Some will love the move due to the schematic fit. Chip Kelly's system calls for an athletic signal-caller with running ability, and Vick is certainly proficient in that capacity.
However, Vick has missed nine games with various injuries over the last two seasons, and in the 23 contests he did play in, he threw for 24 interceptions and lost seven fumbles. Suffice it to say, some may be critical of the move.
Let's grade the Eagles' decision to continue the Vick experiment in Philly.