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NFL Injury Report:
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick exited
yesterday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys after sustaining what was later
determined to be a concussion, and the veteran was replaced by heralded rookie
Foles managed to hold his own, throwing the first
non-preseason touchdown pass of his career, but the Eagles went on to lose to
the Cowboys. Following the game coach Andy Reid said Vick was still his
starting quarterback assuming he’s healthy enough to play next week against the
Philadelphia fans have been calling for Vick to be replaced
for some time. Even when the team started the season 3-1 it seemed no thanks to
the wild Vick, who has been a turnover machine.
Considering he’s already been diagnosed with a concussion,
it would seem like Vick is guaranteed to miss at least one week of action. If
Foles shows he can hold his own against the Redskins after a full week of
practice, the Eagles could decide to go with him for the duration of their
season given their current record and likely shakeup following the 2012-13
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