Michael Vick of the Philadelphia Eagles got injured in yesterday's contest against the New England Patriots after getting knocked to the deck against by Jermaine Cunningham. Now he'll have to undergo tests to ensure he'll be healthy enough to go for the rest of the preseason, including an MRI and a CT scan today to determine cartilage damage.
Regardless of whether he's healthy or not, Eagles head coach Andy Reid would be fairly satisifed if this was Vick's final preseason action.
Eagles fans might have exclaimed a “here we go again” when Michael Vick left his game against New England in the first quarter and headed to the locker room for X-rays to have his ribs looked at. He was hit by DE Jermaine Cunningham... Read Post
Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick says his ribs are "80% healthy" after sustaining an injury in the Eagles' 27-17 preseason win over the New England Patriots, reports Robert Klemko of USA Today. Head Coach Andy Reid belie... Read Post
Michael Vick’s MRI and CT scan have revealed no broken bones or fractured cartilage following the injury he suffered in a preseason game against the Patriots on Monday night. The tests show that Vick has a contusion of his ribs and ... Read Post