Michael Vick won't start another game for the Philadelphia Eagles this season. There's a good chance he won't play for the team again.
Eagles coach Andy Reid announced at his press conference Monday that rookie Nick Foles will be the team's starting quarterback the rest of the season. Vick remains at Phase 4 of his post-concussion testing as of Monday morning, Reid said.
It's still very interesting Reid isn't allowing for the possibility that Vick could play again, especially after Foles' best game of the season. The Eagles organization wants to see what it has in Foles. He showed serious progress on Sunday night against the Dallas Cowboys, even in a loss. Evaluating Foles for the future is now more important than worrying about Vick's feelings. Reid spoke with Vick, who he said was "on board" with the decision.click link for remainder of article
Looks like the Eagles are officially packing it in for the season.