Michael Vick went to the Eagles' facility for treatment for his concussion Thursday before returning home. The quarterback is still recovering from the significant injury that is expected to sideline him this week and potentially longer.
"He is feeling a little bit better day-to-day," coach Andy Reid said.
Reid did not sign a third quarterback because he thinks the Eagles are fine with Nick Foles and Trent Edwards. Reid would not say whether that confidence suggests Vick might not have a prolonged absence.
"I don't know other than what I'm telling you," Reid said.
If something were to happen to both Foles and Edwards on Sunday, the Eagles would be down to an emergency quarterback. That is usually Jason Avant, but he's sidelined, too. Wide receivers DeSean Jackson and Jeremy Maclin are both possibilities for the emergency quarterback role.