Kevin Kolb and Michael Vick have joined last week's rookie camp quarterbacks, Mike Kafka and Joey Elliott.

Kolb agreed that every organized team activity for him is a little different this year, with Donovan McNabb gone and all eyes on Kolb as the new starter.

"It is a totally different approach," he said. "I'm already setting myself up for, 'Hey, look it off this way because this is the way it's going to be in game time' . . . try to work game-time mode as much as possible."

Kolb said he is working on "little things - don't pat the ball, keep the ball high, footwork, have a good base."

Vick, meanwhile, was asked again about wanting to go somewhere else and start - that will be a topic every time he is around microphones from now until September.

"Being a competitor, you're always going to want to start," Vick said. "I know, in my future, that's there for me. I'll be a starter in this league again. Right now, I'm just trying to hone my skills."

Vick clearly anticipated such a chance when last season ended.

"I understood [why that didn't happen]," he said. "I'd been out of football, I didn't play behind a center for 3 years. I know how good I am. This coaching staff knows how good I am. I know I could have landed some place. It wasn't meant to be. But now my skills are back. I'm ready. I'm faster than I've ever been before. I'm quicker, light on my feet. So I guess somebody missed out this time around. But I guess I'll make it work here and they'll see."

Vick pledged to be "dangerous."