Michael Vick might be competing for the job as the Eagles’ starting quarterback, but in his mind: “This is still my team, this is still my job.”

Vick is competing with Nick Foles for the starting job, and perhaps with another quarterback whom the Eagles might choose in the draft. So far, both Vick and Foles have split the reps with the first-team offense.

Vick, 32, said he doesn’t mind that he has to compete for the job, even though he’s going into his 11th season in the NFL (fifth with the Eagles) and that he has started for the Eagles in each of the previous three seasons.

“We’re all playing for jobs each and every day,” Vick said. “If you’re a starting quarterback and you’re 3-1 and you go out there and throw four interceptions one week and you lose the game, and you throw four interceptions the next week, you have the opportunity of being pulled.”

Vick said the offense under new coach Chip Kelly fits his style. He said the Eagles ran read-option plays during practice Wednesday. That could also expose the quarterback to more hits. Vick has missed at least three games because of injury in the previous three seasons.

“The thing is, we don’t have to take a hit,” Vick said. “You’ll understand why when you see us practice or when you see us play.”