Dennis Dixon: Philadelphia Eagles' QB jobs up for grabs
By Chris Wesseling
Around the League Writer
Published: Feb. 18, 2013 at 03:47 p.m.
One of the reasons the Seattle Seahawks are among the NFL's most fascinating teams is coach Pete Carroll's vision of constant competition. Russell Wilson is a prime example, overtaking favorite Matt Flynn and veteran incumbent Tarvaris Jackson in last summer's quarterback derby.
The early signs suggests new coach Chip Kelly plans to preach that same gospel of competition for roster spots and starting jobs. Former Oregon star Dennis Dixon, signed last week, already has been given the impression that the Week 1 quarterback job is up for grabs.
"From my understanding, the job is open," Dixon said in a conference call Monday. "It's going to be a very competitive nature around here. It's pretty much open. May the best man win."
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Well, I hope Dixon is getting sized up for a green and silver skirt and splinter-proof panties because I have news for him..... he ain't the man.