Coach Andy Reid announced at Monday's press conference that Michael Vick has been benched for Nick Foles.
Although the Eagles continue to claim Vick has yet to be medically cleared from his concussion, he'll be the No. 2 quarterback even once he's healthy. It means, barring injury to Foles, Vick has taken his last snap as an Eagle, and whatever remote shot he had at being back in Philadelphia in 2013 is now out the window. Vick's name will surely earn him many looks around the league in the offseason, but coming off a year where he posted a 79.2 QB rating, 6.9 YPA and 14:11 turnover to touchdown ratio, he won't be guaranteed a starting job in his age-33 season. Vick could still be an effective NFL quarterback, but has lost a step of his once legendary athleticism.