(NEW YORK) — Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick will not restructure his contract with the team, according to a report by the Philadelphia Inquirer on Saturday.
Vick will get the final start of the season at MetLife Stadium against the New York Giants in place of the injured Nick Foles. The Inquirer citing a league source, reports Vick is not interested in restructing his deal, which schedules him to make $15.5 million next season.
“I can’t even see that far ahead right now,” said Vick on Wednesday. “I try to live in the present, I can’t really dictate my future as of right now, I just have to go as everything go. I believe I have a lot of football to play.”
The report by the Inquirer states that if the Eagles were to release the 32-year-old veteran quarterback by Feb. 6, they would save on the guaranteed $3 million in his deal.
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