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Eagles GM reiterates organization's support for Michael Vick

Philadelphia Eagles general manager Howie Roseman said Thursday the organization is "all in" with Michael Vick, reiterating support for the quarterback after reports linked the team to Peyton Manning and draft prospect Ryan Tannehill.

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"We have so much confidence in Michael Vick leading our team," Roseman told reporters. "The way that he works and the determination he has, we're all in with Michael. Michael is still a young quarterback (31 years old). He looks great to me. He's healthy and he's determined. We feel very lucky to have him as our franchise quarterback."

Doubts about Vick's passing abilities and grasp of NFL offenses have followed him since he entered the league with the Atlanta Falcons in 2001. He is 15-9 as a starter during the regular season for the Eagles, and he posted a passer rating of at least 100 for three consecutive games in 2011, a career first.

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