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Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Michael Vick suffered a knee bruise during Sunday's win over the New York Giants but is expected to practice this week.
Eagles coach Andy Reid updated Vick's status during a news conference Monday, claiming that the four-time Pro Bowler is "fine."
"Michael Vick mentioned that he had hurt his knee, and he just has a knee contusion," Reid said. "So he's fine. He was up and moving today and doing good."
Reid also downplayed the severity of injuries to running back LeSean McCoy and cornerback Nnamdi Asomugha.
Reid said that McCoy sustained a "little tweak of his knee," but added that the star running back is "OK." McCoy rushed for a season-high 123 yards on 23 carries in the 19-17 victory over the Giants.
Asomugha briefly left the game after getting poked in the eye during the second quarter. Reid stated that after initially planning to send Asomugha to Willis Eye Hospital, the Eagles decided to have a specialist evaluate the three-time Pro Bowler on the sideline.
Asomugha returned to the game and drew a pivotal offensive pass interference penalty on New York's final drive.
"It was reported that (Asomugha) was going to Wills Eye Hospital," Reid said. "We reported that, but we had a doctor here from Wills who cleared him after we made the statement.
"Nnamdi started to feel better as (the game) went along and he was able to come back in and return. He feels good now."