Andy Reid Says 'We Will See' About Michael Vick

Philadelphia Eagles coach Andy Reid was non-committal today when asked if quarterback Michael Vick, who suffered a concussion on Sunday, would play against the New York Giants. Reid said "we will see," but also disclosed that Vick did participate in the Eagles walk-through Wednesday.

"He is feeling good and has to just go through the process," Reid said.

I don't know about you guys, but I would be very surprised if Vick sits out Sunday's game.

Reid also said he is surprised that former Giant Steve Smith, who caught his first two passes as an Eagle Sunday against Atlanta, played in the team's first two games.

"I will probably tell you the same thing that the doctors up there and probably Tom told you and that I wasn’t sure that he would be able to go until probably week three or four," Reid said. "I think he rehabbed faster than any of us thought or healed faster then any of us thought."

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