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Sources: Concussion Could Sideline Vick For Rest Of Season

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Sources tell FOX 29 there is a feeling in the Eagles organization that Vick could be out for the rest of the season. (AP Photo) Sources tell FOX 29 there is a feeling in the Eagles organization that Vick could be out for the rest of the season. (AP Photo)
PHILADELPHIA -

Sources tell FOX 29 there is a feeling in the Philadelphia Eagles organization that Michael Vick could miss the rest of the season.

Earlier Thursday evening, FOX 29's Howard Eskin reported Vick's concussion symptoms might be getting worse.

Vick is in phase four of the five-phase concussion testing process, but he has been unable to move past the fourth phase.

The fourth phase of the testing process includes impact testing, which simulates football activities.

After Thursday's tests, Eskin reports Vick's balance and eyesight are not yet where they need to be.

Vick suffered the concussion during the November 11th game against the Dallas Cowboys in the second quarter.

The team tells Eskin they believe the injury happened on back-to-back plays.

Stay with FOX 29 News and myfoxphilly.com for updates.

 

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