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What a disgrace. Seriously, there’s really nothing else to write. The Eagles offense laid another egg Sunday, this time against the lowly Arizona Cardinals. People will point to the two 80+ yard drives the defense gave up to some guy named John Skelton, and rightfully so, but the fact of the matter is the Eagles [...]
PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Michael Vick played with two broken ribs in the Eagles' 21-17 loss to Arizona on Sunday.
Coach Andy Reid says Vick broke his two lower ribs, but didn't "say a word" and played through the pain. His status for Sunday night's game at the New York Giants is uncertain.
Vick took a hard hit to the side early in the game and was slow to get...
To start his Monday press conference, Eagles coach Andy Reid announced out of the blue that quarterback Mike Vick suffered broken ribs during Sunday’s loss to the Cardinals. Specifically, Reid said the injury occurred on the team’s second play from scrimmage. Eagles running back LeSean McCoy recently told WIP that he believed the injury happened…
It’s unclear when Michael Vick hurt his ribs against the Cardinals, but it sounds like the injury could keep him out of Sunday night’s game against the Giants. Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that the “early signs” indicate Vick is unlikely to play Sunday night. Then again, Schefter points out Vick “still has time to…
For the second time this season, the Giants will head into a game against their heated rival, the Eagles, not knowing if they will face dangerous quarterback Michael Vick or not.
The San Diego Chargers and the Philadelphia Eagles are in a race to display which of these teams are the greatest disappointments this year, the Chargers are still in the playoff hunt, the Eagles are all but mathematically removed from playoff consideration.
The Philadelphia Eagles entered this season with huge expectations, and now find themselves with an overall 3...
Mike Florio talks to Philadelphia sideline reporter Howard Eskin about the state of the Eagles after their loss to the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, including Michael Vick’s rib injury, Desean Jackson’s suspension and money issues, and the climate in the Eagles’ locker room after another blown 4th quarter lead.
It was an all too familiar scenario for the Eagles Sunday afternoon at the Linc. Sloppy play, bad turnovers and a 4th quarter collapse. But two things were different with Sunday’s loss. It was against a terrible team that almost made as many mistakes as the Birds. And most importantly, it cost the team any shot of making the playoffs, barring a complete miracle.
Things got off...