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Vick will remember Eagles' loyalty in 2011

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By Eric Edholm

Talk already has turned to the potential free agency of Michael Vick next season, and though Vick said his agents have not spoken to the Eagles about a new deal yet, the QB will remember who helped him return to prominence. "When nobody else wanted me, they did and I'll definitely have to take that into
consideration when it's time to make a decision," Vick told the media this week. And the Eagles clearly have a tough choice of their own, with backup Kevin Kolb the assumed quarterback of the future. But Vick said he has not let his contract situation affect the way he has played. One interesting factor that could sway his decision after the season is whether Marty Mornhinweg gets a head-coaching job, perhaps with the 49ers if Mike Singletary is not retained. Our sources have raved about the work Mornhinweg has done on a daily basis with Vick, and the QB could follow the coach if the right situation comes up somewhere else.

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