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It is one of the biggest questions in the NFL right now and has been ever since the opening of free agency.

Who will be the Philadelphia Eagles' starting quarterback next season? Mark Sanchez, Sam Bradford or Tim Tebow?

The man who almost guided the Eagles to the play-offs last season, the man who has had two ACL injuries in as many seasons or the man who couldn't find a job in the NFL so moved to become a college football analyst?


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On paper it may seem like a simple choice, but for the Eagles head coach Chip Kelly and his coaching staff, it may prove to be more difficult.

Tebow has come in and has reportedly surprised everyone in the Eagles camp while the doubts over Bradford's health have clouded his off-season.

Whilst many may have doubts over the health of Bradford, the man himself has now come out and given everyone a positive update.

"If I'm not ready for 11 on 11 by training camp, then something has gone horribly wrong,''  - Bradford on making it to camp

Bradford was the subject of a trade during the opening hours of free agency as he moved from the St Louis Rams to Philadelphia.

Nick Foles went the opposite way and has the challenge of getting the Rams offense to be as effective as their defense is.

With the Eagles striving to attain the services of Bradford, one would assume that Kelly may want him as his starting quarterback.

With all three options set to take part in their pre-season training camp, the attention on the quarterbacks in Philadelphia is sure to be at a peak in the coming weeks.

Enough to reach the top?

The Eagles' new roster at quarterback and other additions have certainly caught the attention of fans and the media alike.

The question is however, will they be enough to help Philadelphia overtake the Dallas Cowboys in the race for the NFC East title?

Dallas claimed the division last year and after losing DeMarco Murray to the Eagles, the race for the division between the two will be even more interesting next year.

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