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November 01, 2013 AT 12:54 PM
The Philadelphia Eagles' struggles at the quarterback position have been well documented this year. Michael Vick has again been unable to stay on the field, Nick Foles was also derailed because of a concussion and Matt Barkley hasn't looked great in his first two professional appearances. It's certainly too early to write off Foles and Barkley, but team owner Jeffrey Lurie is making no bones about the importance of the quarterback position. During a recent interview, Lurie insinuated that the team won't stop until it finds its franchise QB: