Vick Puts Pressure Back on McNabb

By Michael Silver, Yahoo! Sports 5 hours, 49 minutes ago

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If the Philadelphia Eagles’ signing of Michael Vick(notes) on Thursday told us anything about Donovan McNabb’s(notes) prolific, capricious career, it was merely a reinforcement of a reality we already knew: Nothing will ever come easily for the franchise quarterback with the invisible “Kick Me” sign affixed to the back of his jersey.

After an uplifting late-season ascent from the abyss that had the Eagles within eight points of a trip to the Super Bowl, McNabb seemed to have regained the regal status he once enjoyed in Philly. In June he landed a lucrative contract upgrade that could pay him as much as $24.5 million...

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