Andy Reid not ruling Michael Vick out after ‘significant’ concussion
Eagles coach Andy Reid did not rule out Michael Vick returning from a concussion in time to play Sunday against the Redskins in his Monday press conference. But the Eagles could turn again to rookie quarterback Nick Foles.
Reid said they should know about Vick in next couple days but stressing that Vick's concussion is "significant."—
Geoff Mosher (@GeoffMosherCSN) November 12, 2012
Andy Reid says Vick is "our quarterback." But says he's confident "Nick (Foles) will do a nice job. Excited to see him play."—
Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 12, 2012
Vick was sidelined in the second quarter of yesterday’s loss to the Cowboys and did not return. He appeared groggy while talking to reporters in the postgame locker room.
Foles, a rookie out of Arizona, replaced Vick, going 22-of-32 for 209 yards and a touchdown. He also had an interception returned 47 yards for a touchdown by cornerback Brandon Carr.