NFC East injury report: Michael Vick concussed, Ahmad Bradshaw gets X-rays

Rich Schultz

Michael Vick was forced to the bench with a concussion, giving way to Nick Foles at quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles. Ahmad Bradshaw's status is unknown after he received X-rays for an undisclosed injury during the New York Giants' loss Sunday.

The Philadelphia Eagles were one of several teams to lose their quarterback to a concussion Sunday, as Michael Vick left the Week 10 game against the Dallas Cowboys after a big hit.

Many Eagles fans had been clamoring for Vick to be replaced by Nick Foles as the team slid to a four-game losing streak. Sunday, Foles came in as Vick's replacement and didn't fare much better. Vick left having hit on 6-of-9 passes for 70 yards and a touchdown; Foles finished with 22-of-32 passing with 219 yards, a touchdown, a pick, and a game-sealing fumble recovered for a touchdown by Dallas Cowboys -- and most notably, a loss despite playing a full game. Foles averaged 6.8 yards per attempt -- on the year, Vick is averaging 6.9 -- and looked as uncomfortable as Vick had behind a shoddy offensive line. Vick is questionable to return for Week 11.

Also leaving the game for the Eagles was Jason Avant, who hurt his hamstring while already trying to play through a back issue. The wide receiver is also considered questionable for next week's game.

Ahmad Bradshaw left the New York Giants' loss to the Cincinnati Bengals and had X-rays taken, although he wouldn't disclose what part of his body needed the test -- merely that it was not his injured foot. He likely would have sat late in the game regardless, as the Giants were being beaten by several scores. Also exiting the game for New York was Domenik Hixon, who hurt his left ankle early and did not return.

Neither the Dallas Cowboys nor the Washington Redskins had any players suffer major injuries during their Week 10 games.

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