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Eagles QB Michael Vick was cleared to return by an independent league neurologist, but the signal caller won’t suit up against the Bengals, per Reuben Frank.
Eagles HC Andy Reid noted that Nick Foles would be the starter for Philadelphia the rest of the way no matter what happened with Vick, so it’s likely just a precaution keeping out Vick.
The Eagles will need a strong game from whoever is under center to take down the Bengals and Nick Foles has somewhat struggled as of late. Foles took over the quarterbacking duties for the Eagles after it was apparent that the team would not be competitive in 2012.
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Mike Vick is a mystery to most football fans. When he hit the field three years ago as a beneficiary of a Kevin Kolb injury, he was thrust into the spotlight and performed like everyone thought he would. Like his potential dictated when the Atlanta Falcons took him in the first round.That was so many years and so many animal abuse trials ago and he isn't the young man or transcendent...
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Michael Vick is arguably one of the most polarizing figures in the NFL.
From his time in Atlanta to his dog-fighting case and subsequent jail time and then his return to the NFL with the Philadelphia Eagles, Vick has been in the national spotlight since his days at Virginia Tech over a decade ago. Now, it seems...
Quarterback Michael Vick and running back LeSean McCoy will not be back in the backfield for the Philadelphia Eagles on Thursday night against Cincinnati and the offense also will be missing tight end Brent Celek. The team on Wednesay officially ruled out Vick and McCoy, who both are recovering from concussion symptoms. Vick and McCoy passed their concussion tests on Monday and...
The Philadelphia Eagles will once again be without quarterback
Michael Vick and running back LeSean McCoy tonight when they take on the
Cincinnati Bengals as they recover from head injuries, and tight end Brent
Celek will be joining them on the sidelines after sustaining a concussion of
his own last weekend.
Vick and McCoy were cleared to return to practice earlier
Eagles quarterback Michael Vick, running LeSean McCoy and tight end Brent Celek are all out against the Cincinnati Bengals as they recover from concussions.
Vick missed his fifth straight game and McCoy his fourth on Thursday night. Both players just returned to practice this week.
Rookies Nick Foles and Bryce Brown will again start at quarterback and running back, respectively...
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