Monday, September 22, 2014
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Goodell And Vick Have Met

That's the report from ESPN's Chris Mortensen, who said it took place at the Eagles' Meadowlands-area hotel this morning. No word on whether coffee was served.

Goodell And Vick Have Met

That's the report from ESPN's Chris Mortensen, who said it took place at the Eagles' Meadowlands-area hotel this morning. No word on whether coffee was served.

If that's the case, commissioner Roger Goodell could issue his ruling on the length of Vick's suspension any time. He is meeting with reporters for a standard state-of-the-league session at his office 4 p.m. this afternoon. Could be the opportunity right there. In any case, it seems certain Eagles will know Michael Vick's status well before Saturday's cutdown to 53 players.

Eagles are officially making no comment, quietly or otherwise, deferring to the league office on this one

Click here for earlier post on how tonight's exhibition games could affect A.J. Feeley's future.

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