Oct 6, 2013; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick (7) runs with ball during the first half against the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jim O

Michael Vick leaves Philadelphia Eagles game with hamstring injury

There’s no doubt Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick takes a beating. Part of that is due to his style of play, part of it is due to an inept offensive line. So to call Vick oft-injured might be a stretch, but he certainly does have his fair share of health issues.

Today he has another.

Vick has been removed from the Eagles’ game against the New York Giants this afternoon after suffering a hamstring injury in the second quarter.

Per Michael Fabino:

Michael Vick is out of the game – likely questionable to return. Nick Foles now in for the Eagles.

There wasn’t any indication as to when Vick hurt the hamstring, though, he clearly came up limping after a run so he either sustained the injury on the play or aggravated it enough where he felt he needed to leave the game.

Backup quarterback Nick Foles came in for Vick and lead the Eagles to a field goal right before halftime. He will get treatment at halftime and is likely questionable to return.

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