Vick takes part in Eagles' walk-through

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick leaves the field after running into one of his...

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick leaves the field after running into one of his teammates in the second half during their NFL football game against the Atlanta Falcons in Atlanta, Georgia, September 18, 2011. (REUTERS/Tami Chappell)

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PHILADELPHIA - Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick took part in the club's walk-through practice Wednesday morning as he continues his recovery from a concussion sustained Sunday night.

Eagles head coach Andy Reid was joined by head trainer Rick Burkholder for an update on the star's condition, as the Eagles prepare for Sunday's divisional showdown with the New York Giants.

"He's right in the middle of this process," Burkholder said about Vick. "He's right where we expect him to be. Everything's progressing."

Vick will continue to go through the protocols in an effort to get ready for Sunday's game. Burkholder said Vick is close to his baseline tests, but added that he still must see an independent neurologist before he is cleared.

"The only symptoms he has right now are his neck's a little sore, his jaw's a little sore," Burkholder added. He also cautioned that concussion symptoms can occur from day-to-day.

"There's guys who get to certain points and have setbacks, and there's guys that sail through [the process]," Burkholder warned. "It's difficult to predict."

Vick was hurt during the third quarter of last Sunday's 35-31 loss to the Falcons when his helmet struck teammate Todd Herremans while being tackled by Atlanta safety William Moore.

Reid said he is getting all three of his quarterbacks ready for Sunday's home opener. Mike Kafka took over against the Falcons as projected backup Vince Young continues to recover from a hamstring issue from the preseason.

"We're pretty fortunate we have three guys we're comfortable with playing the game," Reid noted.

Vick had completed 19-of-28 passes for 242 yards with two touchdowns and one interception when he left the contest.

Kafka connected on 7-of-9 throws for 72 yards and had the Eagles in position to win the game in the fourth quarter, but Jeremy Maclin dropped a pass on fourth down that would have given the Eagles a first down deep in Atlanta territory.


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