It is no secret that the Philadelphia Eagles starting quarterback job is up for grabs — mainly between Michael Vick and Nick Foles. New head coach Chip Kelly has decided to allow this competition to last through the duration of training camp in all probability.

Is this a good thing or a bad thing for the team?

This argument can be viewed from both sides. There is plenty of good to come out of a quarterback competition. Obviously, both players want nothing more than to acquire the position, which in turn, makes them fierce competitors during practices. This is a great way to improve the tenacity of younger players and veterans, alike.

However, after certain statements from Eagles players, this quarterback controversy may not be a blessing after all.

Earlier this week, running back LeSean McCoy had some choice words about the quarterback position — in short, he said he really did not care who the starter would be heading into the season.