QB Michael Vick suffered a concussion in the Eagles' Week Two loss to the Falcons and will be treated this week, making his availability next Sunday an unknown.
Eagles QB Michael Vick headed to the locker room in the third quarter of Sunday night's game against the Falcons with a neck injury.
Several MVP candidates, such as Aaron Rodgers, had an impressive Week One, and it will be tough for them to top those performances in the weeks ahead.
Pat Fitzmaurice says all eyes will be on Michael Vick, who has a lot riding on his performance with a multimillion dollar contract in hand and with high expectations for his team.
As the MVP race is set to begin, PFW's Eli Kaberon is asking for input from readers via Twitter to assist in creating the Meter each week.
PFW's editors select the seven quarterbacks under the most pressure heading into the season, led by Cardinals QB Kevin Kolb at No. 1.
Michael Vick will be in an Eagles uniform for a long time, as the team announced Monday that it has agreed to a six-year contract with Vick that will almost certainly void to five years.
Michael Vick led three scoring drives, the first-team defense pitched a shutout and the Eagles beat the Cleveland Browns 24-14 on a rain-soaked Thursday night.
You must never doubt commissioner Roger Goodell's conviction, but you can question his judgment in light of the Terrelle Pryor and Michael Vick stories.
Ben Roethlisberger threw for a pair of TDs and Pittsburgh's defense put an exclamation point to Michael Vick's miserable day in a 24-14 Steelers win.
Michael Vick threw for 74 yards and a touchdown pass in his only series and the new-look Eagles beat the Ravens 13-6 Thursday night.
The downside of Michael Vick is a return to the Falcon-era Vick, who was a lot like the post-1997 Kordell Stewart: a mediocre passer with some rushing upside.
For months, we have said that this season might be Jeremy Maclin's to break out. Now we are saying it — or screaming it — again. Fantasy owners, lend us your ears.
Pro Football Weekly takes a look at five breakout players from last season who might or might not repeat their career seasons in 2011.
The Eagles remain in the famous backup QB business, signing Vince Young to a one-year deal.