Philadelphia Eagles Week 4 Injury Report: Vick, McCoy, Samuel Hurt

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick is supported by Eagle trainers as head coach Andy Reid listens after Vick was injured on a 23-yard scramble during first quarter game action in Philadelphia at Lincoln Financial Field August 13, 2010. Michael Vick was injured on the play and left the game.   UPI/John Anderson Photo via Newscom

Michael Vick didn’t break any ribs in the Eagles’ embarrassing 17-12 loss to the Washington Redskins. He did sustain rib cartilage injury, and his status is uncertain for next week’s game at San Francisco.

Andy Reid says Vick doesn’t have any broken bones, although the cartilage between his second and third ribs might be cracked.
Running back LeSean McCoy sustained a broken rib in the second quarter but played the rest of the game.
Pro Bowl cornerback Asante Samuel suffered a severe concussion, and rookie wide receiver Riley Cooper also has a concussion.

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