Philadelphia Eagles coach Andy Reid said Eagles quarterback Michael Vick suffered a “pretty signifcant concussion” during the first half of Sunday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys, according to the Philadelphia Inquirer:
From his press conference Monday, Reid said:
“He was a little foggy last night after the incident. Today he’s resting. Right now, at this period, it’s very important that he rests.”
On how Vick is today:
”He has a headache is what he’s got — a pretty good one. And he’s tired. One of the things that is important is that he gets rest.”
What is Vick’s timetable?
“Not right now. We’ll go through the protocol here. I’ll just tell you it’s a pretty good one.”
Also, NFL spokesman Greg Aiello told NFL.com that the Eagles followed proper procedures for caring for Vick.
Our medical advisors follow up on any significant injury. On this one, the team properly handled the injury and removed him from the game as soon as he showed symptoms and was diagnosed with a concussion.
– Bill Bradley, contributing editor