Eagles' Vick injures hamstring
East Rutherford, NJ (SportsNetwork.com) - Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick left Sunday's game against the New York Giants late in the first half after injuring his left hamstring.
Vick pulled up while running out of bounds on a 13-yard scramble with around 4 1/2 minutes to go in the second quarter and was seen clutching the back of his left leg. He stayed in for the remainder of the drive, which ended with an Alex Henery 29-yard field goal, then began Philadelphia's next series before being pulled in favor of Nick Foles upon being hit by Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul.
Foles went on to complete 7-of-8 passes to move the Eagles in range for Henery's fourth field goal of the day, a 36-yarder as the half expired that sent Philadelphia into the break with a 19-7 lead.
Vick had rushed for a team-best 79 yards on seven attempts prior to exiting, while hitting on 6-of-14 throws for 105 yards.
The Eagles have yet to release an update on Vick's status for the remainder of the game.
10/06 14:42:39 ET