The Philadelphia Eagles will not release quarterback Michael Vick before a Wednesday deadline that guarantees him $3 million, according to a Philadelphia Inquirer report.
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The Inquirer, citing sources close to the situation, reports that while the Eagles aren't expected to bring Vick back at his $15.5 million salary, the team will not release him before Wednesday.
The clause in Vick's contract allows Philadelphia to keep Vick on the roster until March 12 -- the start of free agency -- without having to pay the guaranteed salary, as long as another team picks him up or pays him more than $3 million.
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