"It's even," Kelly said. "They both took reps with the ones."
Already seeming exhausted with the quarterback queries, Kelly offered that Vick took the initial wave of first-team snaps, but split reps with Foles from there on out. Even third-stringer Dennis Dixon got a snap, Kelly said, making it clear that competition will be a dominant theme as this year's team is pieced together.
The Eagles might not be done at quarterback, but Kelly -- showing a willingness to jab back and forth with scribes -- was hyper-vague on what the draft haul might bring. He blandly complimented this year's quarterback prospects, but Kelly acknowledged there's no sure-fire figure like Andrew Luck.
Kelly, today, is more concerned about the guys he has in-house, saying, "the players have all bought in" and he urged one reporter to view his depth chart as more of a seating chart.
"Everybody," Kelly said, "knows where they stand."
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