(PHILADELPHIA) — Eagles quarterback Michael Vick is expected to start on Sunday against the New York Giants.
Vick practiced with the first team on Tuesday, but has missed the last two games with a hamstring injury.
“I’m giving everything I’ve got, no holding back,” Vick said on Tuesday. “I never go out in the game and limit myself to what I can do. I’ve really made up my mind to play that way. We’ll see I’m excited about having the opportunity to play this week if that’s what it calls for.”
Vick suffered the injury on Oct. 6 against the Giants and head coach Chip Kelly isn’t taking any chances if his quarterback shows signs of being unable to give 100 percent.
“I’m not going to put Mike out there if Mike can’t be productive,” Kelly said Monday. “That can’t change just because someone else got hurt.”
Nick Foles, who suffered a concussion against the Cowboys on Sunday, did not practice on Tuesday.
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