It's no secret that Friday was a big day for Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick.
Nearly three weeks since pulling his left hamstring, Vick vowed to test his hamstring at full speed for the first time Friday by running a 100-yard dash at full speed and cutting in the process.
Apparently his final exam went well as the team listed the 33-year old as a full participant in Friday's practice and probable for Sunday's rematch against the New York Giants.
As always, this must be taken with a grain of salt as the Eagles Friday practice is typically a walkthrough, but for Vick it is a clear indication that the quarterback did not suffer any setbacks in his personal test to see if he's ready to go.
Nick Foles meanwhile who suffered a concussion at the end of the third-quarter last Sunday in a disappointing performance against the Dallas Cowboys is officially listed as out for Sunday's game as is linebacker Jake Knott.
For the third week in a row Matt Barkley will serve as the team's backup quarterback on game day.
Safety Patrick Chung who has sat out three of the last four games with a shoulder injury is officially questionable after being a limited participant in Friday's practice. Chung has 20 tackles in four games this season. If he is unable to go it will likely once again be Earl Wolff and Nate Allen at safety.
Donnie Jones, Bradley Fletcher, Jason Peters, and Chris Polk are all listed as probable.
Taking Knott's place on special teams will be linebacker Emmanuel Acho who re-signed with the team earlier this week after being released in August.
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