Michael Vick injury: Eagles QB getting MRI on hamstring Monday

John Geliebter-USA TODAY Sports

Vick admitted that he felt a pop on his hamstring and will have an MRI Monday.

Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael VIck will have an MRI on his hamstring Monday. Vick admitted after the gamethat he felt a pop in his gimpy leg while scrambling on a play.

Vick left Sunday's loss to the New York Giants with the aggravated injury in the second quarter. He missed the previous two games with the same hamstring injuries. He says that he will evaluate the situation after his MRI results come back on Monday.

With Vick out and Nick Foles concussed, the Eagles were forced to turn to rookie Matt Barkley. He continued to struggle in emergency action, completing 17-of-26 passes for 158 yards, an interception and a lost fumble. Barkley has now thrown four interceptions in less than two games of playing time.

While healthy, Vick led the Eagles to one of the top-scoring offenses in the league, but the team has struggled to do anything when he went down. They have scored just 10 points in the past two games.

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