Eagles Deny Report Of Concussion Problems Between Vick And TeamBREAKING NEWS, Eagles, General News, News Friday, November 30th, 2012
ESPN’s Ed Werder has reported that someone close to Michael Vick has told him that “Vick thinks he’s being the victim of politics” as he tries to get back on the field after suffering a concussion against the Dallas Cowboys few weeks ago. Vick has already missed two games and on Sunday he’ll miss number three as rookie quarterback Nick Foles starts the third game of his career.
Today, Andy Reid denied that there was any problem with the team and their veteran quarterback. Reid said he asked Vick how he felt about the concussion tests and the grading of them and according to the coach, his quarterback said he was fine with everything.
Eagles head trainer Rick Burkholder pointed out that the test are graded by NFL concussion experts in Pittsburgh.
There’s also been a report that Vick failed the “Impact” test again today as well as yesterday, so he’s still in Phase 4 of his return.
`I decided quite a while ago,’’ the 71-year-old Mudd said. “I gotta go be a grandpa. That was the plan two years ago and Andy talked me out of it. But this time, it’s going to be permanent.
That sounds like good news.
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