The decision by coach Andy Reid means if Kolb enters Sunday's game against Oakland before the fourth quarter, both Vick and starter Donovan McNabb could not re-enter. The Eagles had kept three quarterbacks active the previous two games Vick played.
Inactive for Philadelphia Sunday are receivers Kevin Curtis and Brandon Gibson; offensive linemen Mike McGlynn and Todd Herremans; defensive end Jason Babin; cornerback Dimitri Patterson; and linebacker Joe Mays.
The inactives for the Raiders were receivers Chaz Schilens and Nick Miller; offensive linemen Langston Walker, Cornell Green and Robert Gallery; running backs Darren McFadden and Luke Lawton; and linebacker Ricky Brown.
Vick's presence in Oakland is mixed among Raiders fans. Animal activists flew a banner plane above the Coliseum which said: "Dog Fighter Go Home." Fans inside and outside the stadium barked like dogs and held signs saying "NFL, Please add dogfighting to your code of conduct" and "Vick: We Have Not Forgotten."
Since Vick signed with the team, they have been on a media blitz to shed his tarnished image. Just last week, the Eagles announced a new $500,000 grant program to combat animal cruelty called TAWK -- Treating Animals With Kindness.
But Vick did have some Cali supporters. "I'm a Michael Vick fan. I wanted to get the original jersey and sport that," said Charles Wright as he proudly wore his Vick jersey. "It's like this: Sooner or later you're going to have to forgive the guy anyway. You may as well get it out of your system."