CBS has confirmed that the much talked about Michael Vick saga has come to an end.
Minutes ago, the Philadelphia Eagles signed the mercurial superstar to a two-year deal; one that lasts just as long as starting quarterback Donovan Mcnabb's.
While most projected Vick to go to a team utilizing the now famous "Wildcat" offense, teams like the Patriots or the Raiders, he was instead signed by a team running the very precise West Coast offense, one that requires precision and accuracy.
Both things Vick has never been known for.
With a draft including LeSean McCoy and Jeremy Maclin, the signing of Peters on the offensive line and now Michael Vick, the big question now is:
Are the Eagles the team to beat in the NFC?
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