Vikings coach Leslie Frazier said Saturday the team still is undecided which direction it will go to determine a starting quarterback for next season, whether it be a veteran, a draft choice or ready-and-waiting Joe Webb.
Frazier said he's not leaning any particular way.
"It's kind of a matter of who's available," Frazier said. "And we need to find a guy who we can build around. That would be the ideal situation. But if Joe Webb can be that guy, it'll be Joe Webb. We like Joe; we like some of the things he did at the end of last season. We're going to give him a chance to compete for that starting job as well. It's open. We hope to have a young guy, and maybe a veteran guy. But it's going to be open competition."
The chances the Vikings actually enter the season with Joe Webb as their starter are slim. Any fantasy value he had will also be negated because he will likely not be WR eligible in 2011.