Monday, July 6, 2015

Eagles list Vick as questionable; Peters as probable

A day after he deemed himself out for Sunday's game against the Cowboys, Michael Vick was listed as questionable on the Eagles official injury report.

Eagles list Vick as questionable; Peters as probable

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Eagles offensive lineman Jason Peters. (Yong Kim/Staff Photographer)
Eagles offensive lineman Jason Peters. (Yong Kim/Staff Photographer)
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A day after he deemed himself out for Sunday's game against the Cowboys, Michael Vick was listed as questionable on the Eagles official injury report.

Vick, during a joint news conference with Nick Foles, said that his hamstring wasn't completely healed and that his backup would start at quarterback for the second straight week. The Eagles likely listed Vick as questionable, per NFL rules, based on his practice participation. Vick was limited on Wednesday and Thursday, full for Friday's light session.

Vick could dress as the third quarterback as he did last week against the Bucs. Tight end James Casey, the Eagles emergency quarterback, sat out last week with a groin injury. He was listed as probable for Sunday with the same injury.

Tackle Jason Peters, who missed practice on Wednesday with a shoulder injury, was listed as probable and appears on track to start. Safety Patrick Chung (shoulder) is doubftul. Earl Wolff will start in his place if he can't play. Running back Chris Polk (shoulder) is questionable and punter Donnie Jones (foot) is also probable.

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